Emily Martin

Emily Martin, assistant professor of music at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, says a strong background in education and knowledge can help a singer take care of his or her voice and protect it.

LEWISBURG — It is hoped that live high school musicals, church choirs and community choirs will eventually make an in-person comeback

With that objective in view, Emily Martin, Bucknell University assistant professor of music, said the care and maintenance of a person’s voice starts with knowledge. She recommended seeking out as much information as possible.

Staff writer Matt Farrand can be reached at 570-742-9671 and via email at matt@standard-journal.com.

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