Dr Dan’s Profile

Hello and welcome to “Voice in Worship”.

‘Voice in Worship’ has been developed to showcase my continuing research into the Contemporary Worship Singer (ePortfolio) along with my ongoing thoughts (Blog). I invite you to have a look around, and don’t hesitate to subscribe/comment on my Blog or Contact me with your own thoughts on Australian Contemporary Worship Singers or the wider topic of worship itself…and look out for other polls throughout the site…

Who is Dr Daniel K. Robinson?

Daniel is a freelance artist and educator, predominantly teaching in his private studio: Djarts (www.djarts.com.au). Daniel regularly presents for conferences as a singing voice specialist, providing workshops and practical learning activities to church singers across Australia and abroad. In 2011 Daniel completed his Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.

Daniel’s thesis, Contemporary Worship Singers: Construct, Culture, Environment and Voice, reveals that the role and the vocal task of the Contemporary Worship Singer lacks general understanding by key stakeholders: church music directors, professional singing teachers and the Contemporary Worship Singers themselves. The study draws conclusions from the four structural pillars of enquiry (construct, culture, environment and voice) and delivers nineteen distinctive features that distinguish the Contemporary Worship Singer as a unique vocalist in the wider community of singers. The implications of the study find their climax in the ‘Contemporary Worship Singer Assessment Tool’.

Besides Daniel’s ongoing research and teaching of voice, Daniel actively travel’s Australia as a solo independent artist. Watch Daniel singing below…

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