Winter Presence of the Voice

Feb 10 - Feb 17

What is the essence of embodied voice work? How does the language of nonverbal singing engage the flow of the body, creating an energetic landscape of authentic presence? How to use the singing voice as relational language, deepening connection to the Self and transforming that relationship to reach others and our communities? It starts and finishes through the call of the body and its creative process.
Part I of this two-part workshop will focus on connecting our individual impulses and the impulses of the other. Investigate how to embrace, hear, and listen to one’s inner voice, follow its flow, and let it sing. Through presence exercises and Roy Hart voice (using resonator exercises to link the voice and body), writing and breath work, investigate what it means to be in alignment with the voice, authentically express emotion, land in the present moment, and be heard.
Part II will focus on the utilization and experimentation of breath, touch, tone, improvisation, and imagery deepening the process of examining what it means and feels to sing the impulse. This creative form will engage the process deeper, focusing specifically on five elements: exploration, awareness, release, balance of openness and strength, and integration.
At the end of this two-part workshop, learners will have the tools to explore their voice and flow and its subsequent impact on the audience in everyday art.

  • Tickets:
  • Adults 18 and older $75; scholarships available upon request
  • Date(s):
    • 10 a.m.-12 p.m. on the following dates: