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VOICE PERFORMANCE

ROY HART THEATER

OVERTON SINGING

YODEL

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Courses

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Here you can get out of your head and into the shared singing! experience! In addition to vocal improvisation games and circle singing, there is holistic training for breath, body and voice.  Here you make music with everything you already are, have and can do. At the same time, you will improve your skills in musical interaction, practice using your voice more freely and flexibly, increase your musicality (harmony, rhythm, melody) and be able toUnlock your full artistic potential.

 

It is playful, intuitive, without notes, a cappella, moving, creative, spontaneous and lively!Happiness hormone release guaranteed. 

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In the courses I work with voice improvisation games and circlesinging.

A holistic training for breath, body and voice is also part of it.

 

For me as a stage person, this training is the best complement to the technical vocal training. 

Here you play freely with everything you already are, have and can do. At the same time you improve your skills in musical interaction, practice using your voice more freely and flexibly, increase your musicality (harmony, rhythm, melody) and can develop your full artistic potential more and more in this format.

 

It is playful, intuitive, without notes, a cappella, moving, creative, spontaneous and lively!

Happiness hormone release guaranteed. 

circle singing

Improvisation 

Circle songs are sung standing in a circle, a cappella and improvised out of the moment. There's no sheet music. The Circle Songs consist of polyphonic pieces layered one on top of the other. These patterns (little snippets of music) are repeated. On this basis, solo singing improvisations can take place. I follow the tradition of Bobby McFerrin. I attended workshops with Prof. Elisa Läubin, Rhiannon, Roger Treece, Albert Hera, and others

As part of my bachelor thesis, I worked out how circlesinging can also be used in singing education and in this sense it is used in the courses.

to improvise means to let go and surrender to the moment, to be curious and discover new things. It means to follow your own impulses, to trust your own intuition, and listening to yourself and others. improvising is freeing your mind and offers the greatest possible artistic freedom on the basis of everything we already know and can do, paired with our personality. Once freed from guidelines and from good/bad/right/wrong, we pursue our musical ideas and develop them and bring them into musical structure. For example in the Circlesongs. Improvisation games entail clear rules and thus a defined framework.

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