Sunday 14 Sep 2008 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
St Andrews Church Hall Myers St Bendigo
You will learn about and practise
- Vocal health
- The natural volume of our voice
- Relaxing the body while singing
- ‘Sleeping breath’
- Giving your voice space through correct posture
- The ‘calling’ technique
- Getting more out of your voice with less effort
- Harmony and rhythm—with a Georgian flavour
- Balancing voice resonance & overtones for a full-bodied sound
Presenters and format
The workshop has 2 presenters, specialists who will advance our skills in voice, harmony and rhythm. Participants divide into 2 groups. The presenters each run a 90 minute session with each group. At the end of the workshop the presenters direct a ‘big sing’ for the whole group.
Voice production and health (how to sing)
Presenter: John Lander
Getting more out of your voice with less effort; vocal health; ‘sleeping breath’; relaxation of the body; the ‘calling’ technique; the natural volume of our voice; giving your voice space through correct posture; balancing voice resonance and overtones in a choir for a full-bodied sound.
Harmony and rhythm (what to sing)
Presenter: Dr Nino Tsitsishvili
Developing our sense of harmony and rhythm—with a Georgian flavour.
Who may attend
Anyone may attend who sings in a choir or who wants to sing in a choir.
Information and tickets
Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org or David 0408 053 990
Tickets: $40 from Capital Theatre 03 5434 6100
Tickets may be available at the door if there is space in the workshop.