ABOUT THE PROJECT

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The Pan European Voice Conference (PEVoC) was first initiated in 1995. The idea was to create a forum, where specialists from all around the world interested in the human voice and its workings could meet and share their discoveries and practical experiences biannually. PEVoC has taken place in nine countries all around Europe. The good attendance at these conferences shows that PEVoC meets a need and the scientific quality of the presentations is a manifestation of the fact that much interesting and important voice research is being done in Europe. The Conference expects to gather up to 400 participants. Its main goal is to provide attendees with a high-level and multifaceted programme of workshops, scientific sessions, and lectures from top specialists in the field. 

The 14th Pan-European Voice Conference takes place on 24-27 August 2022 in Tallinn. The Conference expects to gather up to 400 participants. Its main goal is to provide attendees with a high-level and multifaceted programme of workshops, scientific sessions, and lectures from top specialists in the field. The conference will introduce Estonia to the event's guests, many of whom may be here for the first time. As a result, awareness of Estonia as a tourism and conference destination will increase.​

ESTONIAN SOCIETY OF OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY AND HEAD AND NECK SURGERY is funded with 30 000 EUR by Enterprise Estonia (EAS) from the European Union European Regional Development Fund to organise the 14th Pan-European Voice Conference.

sponsors & exhibitors

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AS Fertilitas partially covered the participation costs of Ukrainan lecturers to bring them to PEVoC14.

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Tallinn University covered the transportation and accommodation costs of one of our keynote speakers, Graham Welch.