Coaches, this is your opportunity to fill me in on what you’re up to so that you can promote your workshops and courses on Vox Daily!

I was looking over the blog this morning and read a wonderful comment from Karen Commins on the audio book interview with Janis Panizza, and it got me thinking.
On any given weekend (or week day), there could be a voice actor workshop of some sort, be it audio book narration (such as Pat Fraley’s recent audiobook masterclass in Los Angeles with Hillary Huber and Kimberly Breault), animation voice-overs, or interpreting copy for commercial work.

If you are an instructor and have a workshop coming up (or a series of scheduled workshops / lectures), send me a quick email and we’ll blog about your programs.
We’ve had enquiries from voice actors about who to study with and how to find workshops specific to a particular voice-over niche. Many of these individuals also desire to network with fellow voice actors in a friendly, educational setting offline (that is, in person, face to face) and develop offline communities to hone their crafts and be a support system for each other.

There is no better way to reach a substantial audience looking for these kinds of educational opportunities. Not only that, you’ll be helping to establish small voice acting communities, connecting voice actors with each other. That’s a win-win!
So, if this interests you, I invite you to email me directly with your upcoming schedule details and topics. Including links to your website outlining your schedule would be fantastic.

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Stephanie Ciccarelli is the Co-Founder and Chief Brand Officer of Classically trained in voice, piano, violin and musical theatre, as well as a respected mentor and industry speaker, Stephanie graduated with a Bachelor of Musical Arts from the Don Wright Faculty of Music at the University of Western Ontario. Possessing a great love for imparting knowledge and empowering others, her podcast Sound Stories serves an audience that wants to achieve excellence in storytelling. Stephanie is found on the PROFIT Magazine W100 list three times (2013, 2015 and 2016), a ranking of Canada's top female entrepreneurs, and is the author of Voice Acting for Dummies®.


  1. I feel Voice Actors should always be working on their craft. I would welcome the ongoing educational opportunity through
    Thanks for listening & keep up the good work!
    Bobbin Beam, Voice Actress

  2. Hi, Stephanie! Thanks for the nice comment on my blog and the link in this post. As with any profession, on-going training is critical to one’s success in voice-over. I am in Susan Berkley’s inner circle coaching program and have had other classes with her, Pat Fraley, Judith Sullivan and Paul Armbruster. I’m going to send e-mail to all of them to let them know about your interest in their class schedules.
    Thanks for generating another great discussion, and I look forward to joining you in more of them!

  3. Voiceover coach and pro Bettye Zoller has announced that she now is offering tele-coaching. She will work one-on-one with students on the telephone and by mail, email, and snail mail. Visit her website and look on the homepage for details. Contact her for more info and to enroll. This is in response to her many requests for coaching from talents who do not reside in the North Texas or SW U.S. Call her at 214-638-TALK (8255) or email her (above).


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