Voice & Movement, a Flowing Integration
In this workshop we will explore singing and improvisatory and directed movement to find freedom of the voice, embody our songs and have fun in the process! We will first all together improvise movement to various styles of music (classical, tango, Brazilian samba) to warm up the body and let go of inhibitions 🙂 There will be free flow and directed movements. We will then, all together, improvise movement to our own song: first the song will be in our head while we improvise, then we will all sing out and improvise at the same time: a beautiful cacophony! We will then open the floor to anybody interested in trying solo singing and improvising movement.
This workshop is open to anybody who likes to sing and move/dance to music! We will be using the AT principles while improvising, and elements from 5 Rhythms modality. Please think of a song you would like to work with and wear comfortable clothes.
About Clara Sandler
Clara Sandler is a classically trained singer, Voice & Alexander Technique instructor in the Boston area. An Alexander Technique International (ATI) and its International Committee member, she teaches at the New England Conservatory, Boston College Music Department and privately.
Clara has performed in opera, oratorio, zarzuela and recitals in Boston, New York, Washington DC, Uruguay and in her native Buenos Aires. She loves to dance and takes Modern dance classes in Boston and has performed with the Lynn Modell Dancers.
Clara has presented the workshop “Voice & Movement, a Flowing Integration” for ATI’s Conference in Ireland, for Freedom to Make Music in New York, at the New England Conservatory in Boston, and online for In the Company of Support summer AT retreat. She has also presented the workshop “Whispered Ah & Walking in Nature” for ATI’s 2020 Conference. Her article “Whispered AH to the Rescue!” appeared in ATI’s ExChange journal.
See also: Clara Sandler – Presenter Detail Page
Tuesday, 23 August 2022
16:00 h - 17:15 h
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Performance/Music/Acting/Voice||Connections to other Modalities/Techniques