Jana Holzmeier, soprano, is an Associate Professor of Music at Nebraska Wesleyan University. She teaches Applied Voice, Liberal Arts Seminar, Vocal Literature, Voice Skills for the Actor, and Vocal Pedagogy. Dr. Holzmeier is an active performer in the community and region, and she has a community music studio of singers from Lincoln, Hickman, Papillion, and Nebraska City. She has her DMA in Vocal Performance from the University of Texas at Austin, where her treatise topic was "Selected Songs of Vincent Persichetti." Enjoy the slideshow (below left) of Dr. Holzmeier's performances and travels through the years!
Nebraska Wesleyan University, located in Lincoln, NE, is a liberal arts college that was founded by Nebraska Methodists in 1887. Nebraska Wesleyan University is an academic community dedicated to intellectual and personal growth within the context of a liberal arts education and in an environment of Christian concern.
The McGurk Effect
Posted by Jana Holzmeier on January 28, 2012
The McGurk Effect is an illusion that occurs when the auditory aspect of one sound is compared with the visual aspect of another sound, leading to the perception of a third sound. Watch this brief video on the McGurk Effect, from the BBC2 program "Horizon."