with Anna Porubcansky
Discover your own natural voice in direct relationship with your body. All welcome! No previous experience necessary.
Voice moves on the breath and resonates against the bones, making each voice entirely unique. Voice is a natural extension of the body. It moves on the breath and resonates against the bones, making each voice entirely unique in its tone, texture and depth. Voice has shape, and it has movement.
Using imagery, relaxation, improvisation, song, and movement, we’ll work with vocal anatomy, and common areas of tension; open and explore places of resonance in the body; and find new pathways between voice and its movement through the body. Singing together, we’ll begin to open our bodies to the innate sounds within each of us, discovering new connections between our voices and bodies, and with each other.
Anna Porubcansky is a musician and performer whose training includes classical, traditional and choral singing, natural voice and vocal anatomy (Kristin Linklater, Roy Hart Theatre, Alexander Technique). She is co-artistic director of Company of Wolves, and also works as a music director, live sound designer, and voice coach, where her primary focus is on the relationship between voice, breath, movement and body.
Workshop runs 10:00am-4:30pm, 19-21 June 2017
For more information email Ewan at firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply, please fill in this online form: https://goo.gl/forms/RdOOOvQIWhBbYg823
Fee: £120 (£100 early bird rate if booked by 15 May)
A £60 non-refundable deposit will be required to secure your place
This workshop is offered as part of a larger project supported by Creative Scotland.