Classes and workshops in France and UK (London)
Basic Course Content
In my classes after a short physical warm up we work with structured exercises and with group and individual improvisations. Students are invited to explore and develop:
– The voice’s roots in sung, spoken and preverbal sound.
– The dynamic sources of the voice in the body and in the imagination.
– Deep and ample breathing.
– The application of these discoveries to spoken and sung text.
– Listening actively to others.
– Learning some easy songs with 3 or 4 simple harmony parts.
Lieu : Goldsmiths University of London, New Cross, London, SE14 6NW, UK
Next date : June 2020 date to be confirmed
Possibility to book an hour between 11h and 14h
VOICE and IMPROVISIATION
ROY HART WORKSHOP in London
4/5 April 2020 11h – 17h
Goldsmiths University, New Cross, London, SE14 6NW
with Kate HILDER, performer, teacher and Feldenkrais trainer http://katehilder.com/
DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS THE WORKSHOP HAS BEEN POSTPONED TILL THE AUTUMN:
(Kate Hilder will be contacting participants very soon to confirm the precise date.)
THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING
The aim of this workshop is to develop the ways in which vocal awareness and dramatic expression can inform each other. Kate and Margaret will teach in tandem starting each day with a physical and vocal warm-up in which Margaret will focus on developing awareness of the dynamic physical roots of vocal expression and their connection with our imaginations. This will be followed by solo, duet and small group improvisations and then a session centering on vocal work which arises from these improvs. including short individual guidance. At other times we will start with vocal improvising and then explore movement and mood to fill out the different characters which emerge.
Exploring our voices can be a doorway to words and language. We will discover how both connecting with the sources from which we produce vocal sound and listening to the qualities and musicality of our voices, can generate narrative content.
Price: £135 if deposit received before 1 March 2020 – after that date: £150
(Number of participants is limited.)
For more information or to enroll please contact Kate Hilder: email@example.com
6 DAY RESIDENTIAL WORKSHOP: 12 – 17 July 2020
VOICE-BODY INTENSIVE 36 hours
At the Hameau de l’Etoile (25km north of Montpellier)
in a wild and beautiful setting
(Intermediate / Advanced level)
This workshop is open to participants interested in the Wolfsohn/Hart approach to developing the range of vocal expression and who have some experience of voice and body work.
Neil Paris, performer, teacher and director of Smith Dancetheatre Company, will lead the workshop with Margaret.
This intensive workshop is practice-based. Guided by two very experienced and supportive teachers, participants will explore and develop awareness of the dynamic sources of the voice in the body and the imagination. Through the use of improvisations, disciplined and playful exercises this workshop aims to give access to the body as a vivid space of living vocal qualities. There will be focus on individual voices, texts and songs as well as group work, sounding and singing.
Awakening awareness of the body as a vital space, helps to build a deeper connection to the voice, so that it can become a medium for transmission, nourished and fuelled through genuine connections to its roots in the body.
Full board and lodging must be booked separately at the Hameau de l’Etoile, prices starting from 70€ per night. Participants will then be able to relax between classes in a beautiful, wild setting, enjoying comfortable accommodation, excellent food (full board) and unlimited use of the large swimming pool. (Having this time and space to absorb the day’s work, can be particularly helpful on such an intensive course.)
Price of workshop (36 hours): Earlybird price 550€ (After 1 May 595€)
(Accommodation not included in this price.)
Number of places limited to 12
Contact Margaret for more detailed information and to enroll,
and also for any help needed with booking accommodation at the Hameau de l’Etoile.