Gateway ENT’s Voice Center is thrilled to welcome Alice Montgomery, a distinguished St. Louis Speech Pathologist specializing in Voice Care and Voice Rehabilitation for singers, actors, and other professional voice users.
As medical specialists who treat voice and swallowing disorders, ENT physicians often work closely with Speech Pathologists to help patients with complicated conditions such as throat cancer, vocal cord problems, swallowing difficulties, and voice quality issues for professional voice users. We are pleased to expand our Voice Center by welcoming Alice Montgomery, one of the most experienced and sought-after Speech Pathologists dedicated to Voice Care in the St. Louis region. Montgomery brings with her more than 20 years of experience as a Voice Therapist and Singing Specialist. Many Otolaryngology practices do not have dedicated Speech Pathologists on staff and therefore, Gateway ENT is particularly thrilled to offer its patients the convenience of this service right in its office. Montgomery is also available to assist with patients needing voice services who are referred from other physician practices, theaters or who reach out directly.
More about Alice Montgomery, Voice and Singing Specialist
Alice Montgomery received her master’s degree in Speech Pathology from Fontbonne University. As a professional singer, and a mezzo-soprano, Ms. Montgomery understands the importance of vocal health. Since moving from New York City to St. Louis, she has worked as a Voice Therapist and Singing Specialist for more than 20 years. Her years studying under such singing greats as Adele Addison, Richard Hughes, Henry Lewis, Clarice Carson, and Dickson Titus give her a unique perspective outside of the clinical setting. Additionally, her singing and voice career have included:
● Teaching singing and Vocal Pedagogy at Webster University
● Scholarship recipient for the Tanglewood Festival, Mannes Workshop, and the Aspen Music Festival
● Finalist in the Lyric Opera of Chicago Competition.
● Soloist with the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, New York Choral Society, Bach at the Sem, Sheldon Chorale, St, Luke’s Chamber Ensemble, Opera Ensemble of New York, Pennsylvania Opera Festival, and the St. Louis Opera Theatre.
For more information about Gateway’s Voice Center or Gateway ENT:
Emily Ziaee, MD
9701 Landmark Parkway, Ste 201
St. Louis, Missouri 63127
Dr. Ziaee can be reached via: firstname.lastname@example.org