Add-on seminars is a new way for singers to get especially the topics they want covered in their further education. At CVI we constantly adjust based on the feedback we get from the amazing singes who attend our courses. One request we get again and again is that singers would like to be able to spend more time on specific subjects to become further specialised in these topics. Therefore, we are now offering single seminars as add-ons to other CVI educations.

An add-on seminar consists of 3-days on a chosen topic of interest, offering each participant the opportunity to further develop their knowledge and skills within a certain area that they wish to explore. The seminar could explore one subject in depth – or be an extra seminar as you know it from one of the existing courses.

Add-on seminars could be used to further specialise on subjects such as Singing with effects, Interpretation, Rhythm, Improvisation etc. Specifically, for the singers from the 3-year course topics for the add-on seminars could include Research, Choir work, Pedagogics, Emergency Aid, Teaching children, Teaching each other (TEO) and many more.

The seminars vary in their level of advancement on a single topic. Having completed an add-on of for example ‘Singing with Effects’, it is possible at another time to take another add-on of ‘Singing with Effects’ at a higher level. This gives each singer the opportunity to constantly develop in the direction s/he wants as more advanced single-subject seminars are offered.

Only singers who are currently enrolled at CVI or have previously completed a CVI course can participate in the add-on seminars. Add-on seminars will be offered based on demand, and will be gradually extended with more add-ons as singers show an interest in certain subjects. Should you have a request for an add-on seminar, please let Michelle Sanders know at

Available add on seminars

Please note that in the sign up box when it says “Online” it means that the course is conducted online and you are not to travel to Complete Vocal Institute (CVI). When it says “Not online” this means that the course is conducted at CVI and you have to physically travel to CVI to attend the course in Copenhagen.

Add-on Effects

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Additional 3-Seminar Continuous Course

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Continuous Vocal Academy

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Practical & Course Information

The add on seminar “More singing” is available at CVI.

CVI Copenhagen
Kompagnistræde 32 A • 1208 Copenhagen K • Denmark


Phone: +45 33 32 77 24
Fax: + 45 33 32 77 25

DKK 6332 / € 850
If you choose to withdraw from the course 14 days before the course takes place 25 % of the full course fee is not refundable. Please read our standard terms.
The course is offered to singers who are currently enrolled at CVI or have previously completed a CVI course.

Deadline for application; The courses are filled up on a first come, first serve basis.

You will study with up to 8-10 international singers/teachers in your group.
The teachers are all CVI teachers and they will teach their specialist subject. Only highly qualified and experienced teachers of the highest professional standard will teach on the course.
The course language is English.

This mean that you should be able to both understand and communicate in English, as well as having the ability to receive teaching in a professional language.

If not complying with the above mentioned, we recommend:

  1. An intensive English course before starting your education.
  2. The possibility to bring along an interpreter for the entire course.
A pianist will be present for accompaniment during certain parts of the course.
CVI is a place where discussions and debate of different views are welcome, where diversity and respect for others are in focus. We believe that embracing diversity in all aspects of the learning and working environment is necessary for us all to reach our full potential.
We aim at creating a non-discriminating community in which each member feels welcome and supported, across all identities and life experiences. This includes diversity of race, colour, ethnic or social origin, language, religion, or belief, politic or any other opinion, membership of a national minority, property, birth, disability, age, gender, sexual preference, and socio-economic background.
Info about the sign up procedure

If you wish to sign up, we will ask you to complete an online application form. The form will ask you to enter information about your education, singing history etc.

Our admission team will soon contact you to let you know if you are accepted to the course. You can also contact us at for any questions regarding the course.

The sign-up form is not financially binding until you have confirmed your spot at the course by email. The admission board will first send you an acceptance letter giving you some time to confirm on  email if you wish to accept the spot at the course.

Our sign up form is also to make sure we as a company follow EU’s personal data law (GDPR).

GDPR is a set of data protection rules for all companies operating in the EU and all personal data must be processed in a lawful and transparent way to make sure every person’s data is handled with care and protected properly. This means that we as a company must ask you for your consent to keep your contact details and information you share with us.

Problems with sign up

Should you experience problems with the sign up please try and fill in all the boxes with small stars (eg. Name: *). Make sure the music/ singing files you try to attach(recordings) are mp3 or mp4 format. For videos or other bigger music files you can send these to by using (or other provider) and make the sign up without the attached files.