Konstantinos Thomaidis is senior lecturer in drama, theatre & performance and course director for the MA Theatre Practice at the University of Exeter. He co-founded the Centre for Interdisciplinary Voice Studies and the ‘Sound, Voice & Music’ Working Group at TaPRA and co-edits the Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies and the Routledge Voice Studies book series, both with Ben Macpherson. His books include Voice Studies: Critical Approaches to Process, Performance and Experience (Routledge, 2015, with Ben Macpherson), Theatre & Voice (Palgrave Macmillan and Bloomsbury, 2017) and Time and Performer Training (Routledge, 2019, with Mark Evans and Libby Worth). He was shortlisted for the TaPRA Early Career Prize (2019) and was awarded an Honorable Mention for Excellence in Editing at the 2020 ATHE Awards for the Special Issue ‘What Is New in Voice Training?’ He is artistic director of Adrift Performance Makers. He recently worked as music director for the Alternative Stage of the Greek National Opera and, as part of his work on vocal archaeology, consulting expert for a production of Trackers by Sophocles (Epidaurus, 2021).
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