Dr. Brian Michael Manternach portrait
  • Research Associate, National Center for Voice and Speech
  • Associate Professor (Clinical), Theatre Department
  • Head of Singing Voice Studies, Department of Theatre, Theatre Department

Creative Research

  • Tenor soloist in A Community Easter Celebration, Utah Children’s Choir, American Fork Youth Choirs, Timpanogos Chorale (UT) Performance, completed 2019.
  • Tenor soloist in Bach Cantata BWV 211, Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht (Coffee Cantata), Sinfonia Salt Lake & Utopia Early Music Performance, completed 2018.
  • Guest Performance, Robert Burns Supper, Boise, ID Performance, completed 2018.
  • Orchestra Conductor, West Side Story, West Valley Arts Council, UT Performance, completed 2017.
  • Guest Performance, Annual Robert Burns Supper, Draper, UT Performance, completed 2017.
  • Tenor soloist, Handel's Messiah, Westminster College Choirs and Orchestra Performance, completed 2016.
  • British Art Song Recital, Westminster College Performance, completed 2016.
  • Orchestra Conductor, West Side Story, Murray Arts in the Park Performance, completed 2016.
  • Remendado in Carmen, Utah Lyric Opera & Utah Valley Symphony Performance, completed 2016.
  • "If Music Be the Food of Love: Valentine's Concert," Timpanogos Arts Foundation, American Fork, UT Performance, completed 2016.
  • Guest performance, Annual Robert Burns Supper, Draper, UT Performance, completed 2016.
  • University of Utah Faculty Recital Performance, completed 2015.
  • Music Director/Orchestra Conductor, Shrek the Musical, Sandy Arts Guild, UT Performance, completed 2015.
  • Mr. Lindquist in A Little Night Music (concert version), Rocky Mountain Reader’s Theatre Performance, completed 2015.
  • Miles Gloriosus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, University of Utah Department of Theatre Performance, completed 2015.
  • Guest performance, Annual Robert Burns Supper, Draper, UT Performance, completed 2015.
  • Tiger Brown (cover Street Singer) in The Threepenny Opera, University of Utah Department of Theatre Performance, completed 2014.
  • University of Utah Faculty Recital Performance, completed 2014.
  • Music Director/Orchestra Conductor, Footloose, Sandy Arts Guild, UT Performance, completed 2014.
  • Goro in Madama Butterfly, Lyrical Opera Productions, Utah Performance, completed 2014.

Presentations

  • “Singing and Teaching Music Theater: A Vocology-Informed Approach,” Summer Vocology Institute, Utah Center for Vocology. , Presented, 2021.
  • “What’s Going On When We Sing?” 4-day series of lectures, Just Sing Vocal Camp, Juan Diego Catholic High School, UT. , Presented, 2020.
  • “CCM Singing,” Central Utah NATS Day Conference, Provo. , Presented, 2019.
  • “Singing Music Theater: A Guide to Styles and Techniques,” Alabama NATS Fall Workshop, Northern Arizona University. , Presented, 2018.
  • “Singing Music Theater: A Guide to Styles and Techniques,” Summer Vocology Institute, National Center for Voice and Speech, Salt Lake City. , Presented, 2018.
  • “Music Theater at the Next Level: A Video Exploration of Skills and Expectations,” SummerSong 2017, Westminster College, UT. , Presented, 2017.
  • “Singing Music Theatre: A Guide to Styles and Techniques,” guest lecture for Science-Based Voice Education and Measurement graduate class, University of Iowa. , Presented, 2017.
  • “Contemporary Commercial Music Singing,” Central Utah Chapter, National Association of Teachers of Singing. , Presented, 2017.
  • “Can’t We All Just Sing Along?” TEDxSaltLakeCity. , Presented, 2016.
  • “Music Theatre Vocal Techniques,” SummerSong vocal camp, Westminster College, UT. , Presented, 2016.
  • “Music Theatre Vocal Techniques,” Vocal Pedagogy Class, University of Utah School of Music. , Presented, 2015.
  • “Acting through Singing,” Kensington Theatre Company, Daybreak Community Theatre, South Jordan, UT. , Presented, 2015.
  • “Music Theatre Vocal Techniques,” SummerSong vocal camp, Westminster College, UT. , Presented, 2015.
  • “Ping! (Not Press): Breathing and Resonance Strategies to Avoid Heavy Adduction in CCM/Belt Singing,” Performance Voice Conference, University of Utah Voice Disorders Center & National Center for Voice and Speech. , Presented, 2015.
  • “Solutions to Problems, Comparisons and Cost/Benefits, Discussion of Technical Setups and Virtual Platforms,” with Seth Keeton, DMA, Performance Voice Conference, University of Utah Voice Disorders Center & National Center for Voice and Speech. , Presented, 2021.
  • “Musical Theatre Singing: The Sounds and the Techniques,” Utah High School Musical Theatre Awards, Salt Lake City (5/19). , Presented, 2019.
  • “Multi-Disciplinary Care of the Injured Performing Artist,” with Marshall Smith, MD, FACS, Tiffany Lyon, MS, CCC-SLP, and Lynn Maxfield, PhD, Performance Voice Conference, University of Utah Voice Disorders Center & National Center for Voice and Speech. , Presented, 2019.
  • “Vocal Health: Fact vs. Fiction,” Idaho Thespian Festival, Boise. , Presented, 2019.
  • “Building a Career in Music Theater,” Idaho Thespian Festival, Boise. , Presented, 2019.
  • “Vocal Health: Fact vs. Fiction,” Utah Theatre Association, Weber State University. , Presented, 2019.
  • “Bridging the Choral/Vocal Divide: The Farmer and the Cowman Should be Friends,” with Jeremy Manternach, PhD, Snow College SNATS. , Presented, 2018.
  • “You’re a Singer. Yes, You Are!” Mornings with Masters, University of Utah Youth Theatre, Salt Lake City. , Presented, 2018.
  • “Bridging the Choral/Vocal Divide: The Farmer and the Cowman Should be Friends,” National Association of Teachers of Singing 54th National Conference, Las Vegas. , Accepted, 2018.
  • “Music Theater at the Next Level: A Video Exploration of Skills and Expectations,” Idaho State Thespian Festival, Boise. , Presented, 2018.
  • “Music Theater Singing: From Beginning to Broadway,” Idaho State Thespian Festival, Boise. , Presented, 2018.
  • “Belt does not have to be a four-letter word,” Utah Theatre Association, Davis Conference Center. , Presented, 2018.
  • “Music Theater at the Next Level: A Video Exploration of Skills and Expectations,” Utah Theatre Association, Davis Conference Center. , Presented, 2018.
  • “What I Wish I Knew About Studio Voice Teaching When I Was in College,” panel discussion, NATS Cal-Western Regional Conference & Auditions, University of Utah. , Presented, 2018.
  • “Teaching Music Theater & Commercial Music in a Classical World,” with Kerilyn Johnson & Errik Hood, DMA, NATS Cal-Western Regional Conference & Auditions, University of Utah. , Presented, 2018.
  • Presentation/Discussion of "What Every Singer Needs to Know About the Body,” Northern Utah NATS. , Presented, 2017.
  • “Vocal Mythbusters Q&A,” Panel member with Ingo Titze, PhD, Kristine Tanner, PhD, and Marshall Smith, MD, FACS, moderated by Julie Barkmeier-Kraemer, PhD, CCC-SLP, Performance Voice Conference, University of Utah Voice Disorders Center & National Center for Voice and Speech. , Presented, 2017.
  • “Vocal Health Myth Busters Q&A,” Panel member with Kristine Tanner, PhD, Marshall Smith, MD, FACS, and Ingo Titze, PhD, moderated by Julie Barkmeier-Kraemer, PhD, CCC-SLP, Performance Voice Conference, University of Utah Voice Disorders Center & National Center for Voice and Speech. , Presented, 2016.
  • “Music Theatre Singing, Part I & II,” Idaho State Thespian Festival, Boise, ID. , Presented, 2016.
  • “Music Theatre Singing–How it’s Done!” Utah Theatre Association, University of Utah. , Presented, 2016.
  • “Musical Theatre Singer’s Workshop,” Utah Theatre Association, Brigham Young University. , Presented, 2015.
  • Masterclass, New York University-Steinhardt. Other, Presented, 2021.
  • Masterclass, Weber State University, Utah. Other, Presented, 2021.
  • Masterclass, Westminster College, Utah. Other, Presented, 2021.
  • Masterclass, University of Nevada-Reno, Musical Theatre Program. Other, Presented, 2021.
  • “Journal of Singing Forum,” panelist, National Association of Teachers of Singing 56th National [Virtual] Conference. Other, Presented, 2020.
  • Alabama NATS Fall Workshop, Northern Alabama University, Masterclass. Other, Presented, 2018.
  • Summer Vocology Institute, National Center for Voice and Speech, Utah; Masterclass. Other, Presented, 2018.
  • Juan Diego Catholic High School, Utah, Masterclass. Other, Presented, 2018.
  • Masterclass, Westminster College Dept of Music, Utah. Other, Presented, 2017.
  • Masterclass, One Voice Children’s Choir, Utah. Other, Presented, 2017.
  • Masterclass, SummerSong, Westminster College, Utah. Other, Presented, 2017.
  • Adjudicator, Singer of the Year Competition, Snow College Student NATS Chapter. Other, Presented, 2017.
  • Masterclass, Westminster College, UT. Other, Presented, 2016.
  • Masterclass, Westminster College, Utah. Other, Presented, 2015.
  • Masterclass, St. John’s University, Minnesota. Other, Presented, 2015.
  • Masterclass, SummerSong, Westminster College. Other, Presented, 2015.
  • Masterclass, Northern Utah NATS. Other, Presented, 2015.
  • “The Impact of Semi-Occluded Vocal Tract Warm-Up and Cool-Down Procedures on Singing Teacher Voice Fatigue After Online Instruction: A Pilot Study,” lead presenter, with Jeremy Manternach, PhD, poster presentation, 2021 Fall Voice Conference, Miami, FL (participated virtually). , Presented, 2021.
  • “Acoustic and Perceptual Measures of Singing Voice Teacher Voice Quality Prior to and After Online Instruction: A Case Study,” 2nd presenter, with Jeremy Manternach, PhD, poster presentation, 2021 Virtually PAVA Symposium. , Presented, 2021.
  • “Acoustic and Perceptual Qualities of Music Theater Mix in Four Professional Singers,” lead presenter, with Lynn Maxfield, PhD, podium presentation, The Voice Foundation’s 50th Annual Symposium: Care of the Professional Voice, Virtual Conference. , Presented, 2021.
  • “Acoustic Changes in Music Theater Singing over Four Years of University Study” with Lynn Maxfield. , Presented, 2020.
  • “Formalized Curiosity: An Overview of Six Years of Collaborative Research on Music Theater Singing and Training,” with Lynn Maxfield, PhD, National Association of Teachers of Singing 56th National [Virtual] Conference. , Presented, 2020.
  • “Your Voice: How It Works and How to Keep It Healthy,” with Lynn Maxfield, PhD, Utah Theatre Association, University of Utah. , Presented, 2020.
  • “Music Theater Singing Defined and Demonstrated,” Utah Theatre Association, University of Utah. , Presented, 2020.
  • “Bridging the Choral/Vocal Divide: The Farmer and the Cowman Should be Friends,” with Jeremy Manternach, PhD, National Association of Teachers of Singing 54th National Conference, Las Vegas. , Presented, 2019.
  • “Music Theater By the Book,” Cal-Western Regional Conference and Auditions, University of Nevada, Reno. , Presented, 2019.
  • “Survey of University Acting Majors Regarding the Most Useful Elements of Singing Training,” with Jeremy Manternach, PhD, Voice and Speech Trainers Association/Pan American Vocology Association Joint Conference, Seattle. , Presented, 2018.
  • “Perceptual and Acoustic Qualities of the Music Theater Singing Voice,” with Lynn Maxfield, PhD, Voice and Speech Trainers Association/Pan American Vocology Association Joint Conference, Seattle. , Presented, 2018.
  • “The Impact of Various Semi-Occluded Exercises on Music Theatre Singing,” Pan American Vocology Association Symposium, Toronto. Presented with Lynn Maxfield, PhD, and Jeremy Manternach, PhD. , Presented, 2017.
  • “Acoustic Differences between Professional and Novice Musical Theatre Singers (phase two),” oral presentation with Lynn Maxfield, PhD, The Voice Foundation’s 46th Annual Symposium: Care of the Professional Voice, Philadelphia. , Presented, 2017.
  • “Acoustic Differences between Professional and Novice Musical Theatre Singers,” poster paper presentation with Lynn Maxfield, PhD, National Association of Teachers of Singing 54th National Conference, Chicago. , Presented, 2016.

Publications

  • Ed. Brian Winnie (date unknown). The Voice Teacher’s Cookbook. Meredith Music Publications. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). "Eyes on the Horizon". NATS Inter Nos Newsletter:. Accepted, .
  • Brett Myers (date unknown). Forum: “Voice Screenings for University Students: The Why and the How”. Voice and Speech Review. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Survey of University Acting Majors Regarding the Most Useful Elements of Singing Training,”. VASTA Voice & Speech Review. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Teaching Transgender Singers, Part 2. NATS Journal of Singing. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Shaming and Blaming”. Journal of Singing. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Voice Lessons as Observed Practice”. Journal of Singing. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Loaded Words: Finding the Right Place for “Placement”. NATS Journal of Singing. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Teaching Transgender Singers, Part 1. NATS Journal of Singing. Accepted, .
  • Lynn Maxfield (date unknown). Perceptual Differences Between Novice and Professional Music Theater Singers. Journal of Voice. Accepted, .
  • Dr. Brian Manternach (date unknown). NATS Journal of Singing, “So You Want to Sing?”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Research Article: “Effects of Varied Semi-Occluded Vocal Tract Exercises on Acoustic and Perceptual Measures of Music Theatre Singers: A Pilot Study”. Voice and Speech Review. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Assigning Racially and Ethnically Specific Repertoire: The Student Veto Option”. Journal of Singing. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Straw in Water: A Low ‘Spit Factor’ Alternative to Lip Trills and Raspberries”. VOICEPrints: Journal of the New York Singing Teachers’ Association. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Exploring Adjunct Teaching, Part 2”. Journal of Singing. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Choose Your Own Adventure”. NATS Journal of Singing. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Conference Syndrome. NATS Journal of Singing. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Hesitant to Refer. NATS Journal of Singing. Accepted, .
  • Ingo Titze (date unknown). “Vocalization with Semi-Occluded Airways is Favorable for Optimizing Sound Production”. PLOS Computational Biology. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Driver’s Education: A ‘Motor’ Learning Analogy”. Journal of Singing. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Exploring Adjunct Teaching, Part 1”. Journal of Singing. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Considering Color-Conscious Casting”. Musical Theatre Educators' Alliance Journal. Accepted, .
  • Matthew Schloneger (date unknown). “Technology Translated to Teaching: Vocal Dosimetry”. Journal of Singing. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Preparing High School Acting Students for the Singing Portion of College Theater Auditions,”. NATS Journal of Singing. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). What are you trying to prove?. drbrianmanternach.blogspot.com. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). The Beauty Isn't. drbrianmanternach.blogspot.com. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Creative outlets. drbrianmanternach.blogspot.com. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). The Four Areas of Focus. drbrianmanternach.blogspot.com. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: What Every Singer Needs to Know About the Body”. Classical Singer, csmusic.net. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Crossing Over: The Search for Stylistic Authenticity”. Classical Singer, csmusic.net. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Desirable difficulties. drbrianmanternach.blogspot.com. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Paying attention and spending time. drbrianmanternach.blogspot.com. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Wishes and Dreams or Goals and Plans?”. Classical Singer, csmusic.net. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Prerequisites for Learning. drbrianmanternach.blogspot.com. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Mic Check: What Every Singer Should Know”. Classical Singer, csmusic.net. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Behind the Scenes with YAP Director Robert Ainsley: Cafritz Young Artists of Washington National Opera”. Classical Singer, csmusic.net. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Keep Moving. drbrianmanternach.blogspot.com. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Motivation: The Power of Praise. drbrianmanternach.blogspot.com. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Motivation: Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive. drbrianmanternach.blogspot.com. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Deficiency Motivation vs. Growth Motivation. drbrianmanternach.blogspot.com. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Working with Technology: When it's not about the technology”. Classical Singer, csmusic.net. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Option Up or Option Out? When to Stick with the Score”. Classical Singer, csmusic.net. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Motivation: Plateaus. drbrianmanternach.blogspot.com. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Motivation: Process vs. Product. drbrianmanternach.blogspot.com. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Failure is the Only Option”. Classical Singer, csmusic.net. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Motivation. drbrianmanternach.blogspot.com. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Stages of Learning and How it Affects Your Singing Progression”. Classical Singer, csmusic.net. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Commentary: Turn down the tunes to slow the spread,”. Salt Lake Tribune. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: No Instruments Needed”. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). The Singer’s Library: Finding Your Vocal Compass. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library (article and review): Let the games begin: Training Singers to be Vocal Athletes,” Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Dr. Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “The Singer’s Library (article and review): Tenor Talk: Historical tenors analyzed by one of their towering representatives,” Franco Corelli and a Revolution in Singing: Fifty-Four Tenors Spanning 200 Years”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “Book Review: So You Want to Sing Music Theater: A Guide for Professionals”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “So You Want to Sing: Interview with Author Karen Hall”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: So You Want to Sing Barbershop”. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: CCM Earns Some R-E-S-P-E-C-T”. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). The Singer’s Library: Acoustic Insights. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library (article and review): Telling Secrets: Crucial Clues for Constructing a Career,” Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Dr. Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazing, “The Singer’s Library (article and review): Master Singers: Advice from the Stage”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “Princess of Persistence: Lise Lindstrom”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: Everything Old is New Again”. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library (article and review): All that Jazz: The third installment in the So You Want to Sing series takes on the sounds and styles of jazz,” Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Dr. Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “The Singer’s Library (article and review): Strategies for the 21st-Century Singer: Interview with author Susan Mohini Kane”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “Georgia on Her Mind: BBC’s Cardiff Singer of the World Jamie Barton”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “A future not our own”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Transitioning from a Music Degree to a Successful Performing Career: An Interview with Rachel Willis-Sørensen”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: Des Chansons Renouvelées”. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Neil Shicoff: A Force for 40 Years”. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). The Singer’s Library: Exploring the Estill Voice Model. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library (article and review): Awakening Your Business Brain: Taking a Business-Minded Approach to Music,” Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Dr. Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “Joyce DiDonato: The power in one voice”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “Home Bass: Samuel Ramey Returns to His Alma Mater as Artist-inResidence”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: Contractually Obligated: Walking musicians through the world of performer contracts”. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). The Singers’s Library: A Hybrid Profession: Singing Voice Rehabilitation Specialist. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library (article and review): Overcoming a voice disorder: A book’s new edition clarifies the roles of voice teachers, singing voice specialists, and speech-language pathologists," Classical Singer (online edition). Accepted, .
  • Dr. Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “The Singer’s Library (article and review): Conquering Performance Anxiety: Interview with author Sharon L. Stohrer”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “Fired Up: Soprano Jennifer Rowley is Blazing Ahead”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: Different Strokes for Different Folks”. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The More You Know”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Race and Ethnicity in the Voice Studio”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Elizabeth Stanley: Rooted in the Midwest, Blooming on Broadway”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). The Singer’s Library: Like No Business I Know. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). The Singer’s Library: New Books Demystify Unconventional Songs. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library (article and review): The Alexander Technique Leads to a Journey of Vocal Discovery,” Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “Book Review: A Dictionary for the Modern Singer”. Accepted, .
  • Dr. Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, "The Singer’s Library (article and review): Defining Moments: A new dictionary offers standard definitions for modern singers". Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “Defining Moments: Interview with Matthew Hoch”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). The Singer’s Library: Progressive Pedagogy: An insider’s look at Inside View Press. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Dr. Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “The Singer’s Library (article and review): Cantabile: A Class Voice Text for a Student Budget”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “Book Review: The Modern Castrato: Gaetano Guadagni and the Coming of a New Operatic Age”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “Between the Moon and New York City: Isabel Leonard”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “John Chest: A Budd-ing Career Centered on Signature Roles”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). The Singer’s Library: Directing Conductors. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library (article and review): Three-Step Singing Essentials,” Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Dr. Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “The Singer’s Library (article and review): Savvy Strategies for Successful Teaching”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “Book Review: So You Want to Sing Rock ‘n’ Roll: A Guide for Professionals”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “Are You Ready to Rock: Interview with Matthew Edwards”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “Bel Canto Can Belto: Exploring Musical Theatre Vocal Techniques with Mary Saunders-Barton” ... Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library (article and review): Matters of the heart: A new book melds yogic philosophies and classical singing technique,” Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: Vocal Cross-Training: Building a Technique for Broadway and La Bohème”. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “A Summer in Ohio: Celebrating 40 seasons of the Ohio Light Opera”. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). The Singer’s Library: So You Still Want to Sing?. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Inside the (Singing) Actor’s Studio: Grooming Smarter Actors. Music Theatre Educators' Alliance Journal. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library (article and review): Inside the (Singing) Actor’s Studio: Grooming smarter actors,” Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Dr. Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “The Singer’s Library (article and review): Singing in Greek: A new guide to lyric diction explores the sounds and songs of Greek culture”. Accepted, .
  • Dr. Brian Manternach (date unknown). Classical Singer magazine, “Stephanie Blythe: With a song in her heart”. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The ‘So You Want to Sing’ Series Continues”. Classical Singer, csmusic.net. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: More New Editions with New Additions: The Voice Book”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: Auditioning for College Musical Theater Programs”. Classical Singer, csmusic.net. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Book Review: “The Oxford Handbook of the British Musical”. VOICEPrints: Journal of the New York Singing Teachers’ Association. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: College Prep for Musicians”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: Black Acting Methods: Critical Approaches”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: Compton Publishing: A Decade Dedicated to the Voice”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: A Systematic Approach to Studio Voice Teaching”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: Pedagogical Practices: Exploring the ideas of renowned voice teachers”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). Lectures, Performances, and Lecture-Recitals Review: “Dr. Candace Magner on the Life and Legacy of Barbara Strozzi”. College Music Symposium: Journal of the College Music Society. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: So You Want to Sing World Music”. Classical Singer, csmusic.net. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: So You Want to Sing Spirituals”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: The Brain on Music”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “So You Want to Sing in Review!”. Classical Singer, csmusic.net. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: Connecting Pedagogy, Science, Technique, and Style”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: Mindfully Managing the Aging Voice”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: Singing with Your Whole Self”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: The Singing Teacher’s Guide to Transgender Voices”. Classical Singer, csmusic.net. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: Training Contemporary Commercial Singers”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: New Editions with New Additions”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: Sane Singing: A Guide to Vocal Progress”. Classical Singer. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: Vocalize and Exercise”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: Singing Through Change”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “The Singer’s Library: Music by Women”. Classical Singer Magazine. Accepted, .
  • Brian Manternach (date unknown). “Book Review: The Evolving Singing Voice: Changes Across the Lifespan. VOICEPrints: Journal of the New York Singing Teachers’ Association. Accepted, .