Voice as a Tool for Public Speaking

Sun Sep 24 2023 at 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Sing Lit Station | Singapore

Sing Lit Station
Publisher/HostSing Lit Station
Voice as a Tool for Public Speaking
VOICE AS A TOOL FOR PUBLIC SPEAKING is part of a migrant worker workshop series presented by Migrant Writers of Singapore and supported by Sing Lit Station and The Majurity Trust.
Interested participants may WhatsApp Charo at +65 8247 5515 to register a slot for the workshops. Slots will be given on a first come, first served basis.
Please note: Unfortunately, our office is on the second floor and only accessible by stairs. Do drop us a message at [email protected] if you have any accessibility issues. We also have a cat in the office, however antihistamines are available in the pantry area for anyone with allergies.


This workshop will touch on flow and structuring presentation programs useful for hosting events and moderating panels. It will also focus on vocal management techniques also used by singers, actors and performers as a major tool for public speaking. This interactive lecture
includes vocal exercises to help participants understand the use of voice and acquire a
firsthand feel on how to apply it. This workshop will help polish one’s public speaking skills to ensure a more engaging presentation, as well as include tips on how to modulate one’s voice and preserve it for future performances.


Joanne G. Ongkeko is a theater actress, freelance voiceover artist, singer and writer. A graduate of Philippine High School for the Arts, she played leads in musicals such as Kaharian ng Araw and plays like Waiting for Godot and The Madwoman of Chaillot. In Singapore, she performed in Aladdin with Stage Club Singapore and was a member of Storytelling Association. She is an active member of Psalmideo Chorale and her written work has appeared in anthologies such as Get Luckier. She works as a Relationship Manager for Synergy Financial Advisers.

Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Sing Lit Station, 22 Dickson Road, #02-01,Singapore

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