• Joanne Hayes Bozeman: Menopause and Singing Through Change

  • Apr 26 2021
  • Length: 1 hr and 1 min
  • Podcast
  • Summary

  • In this episode, I speak with Joanne Hayes Bozeman, soprano and co-author of the book Singing Through Change: Women's Voices in Midlife, Menopause, and Beyond. Joanne began experiencing troubling vocal changes around the age of 47, when "it felt like someone had put a different larynx in [her] neck." We speak about how this personal experience spurred her to do her research, write an anonymous article, connect with her co-authors, and how they went about the process of collecting and organizing these "deeply personal, complex, and kinda messy" stories. We also talk about how her early career as a prenatal educator and her work with adolescent girls' in a choir setting formed the matrix of her interests in female hormonal seasons.

    To buy the book and learn more, visit https://singingthroughchange.com/

    To join the Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/singingthroughchange

    Music:
    "Allerseelen" by Richard Strauss, performed by Joanne Hayes Bozeman, soprano, and Linda Sparks, piano, recorded 2001
    "Make Believe" from SHOWBOAT, music by Jerome Kern, performed by Joanne Hayes Bozeman, soprano, Kenneth Bozeman, tenor, and Ted Kehl, pianist, recorded 1993

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