Wednesday 28th April
19:30 – 21:30 GMT
The voice is one of our most vital instruments when improvising, acting, performing or speaking in our day-to-day lives.
What can we do to take care of it?
This taster will look to deepen your understanding of voice production and explain what habits to avoid when singing or speaking. Equipping you with both important exercises and technical knowledge, this workshop will draw from anatomical observations of the vocal tract to demystify misconceptions surrounding voice production and empower you to make the most of your voice!
About the Instructor
Paul is a professional Actor, Singer, Theatre-Maker & Workshop Facilitator based in Bristol. His practise specialises in multi-sensory intergenerational theatre, co-creation through participatory arts engagement and voice work. His voice teaching focuses on maintaining good vocal health whilst ensuring imaginative appreciation for the learnt text or improvised dialogue is conveyed so the words of the actor feel dynamic, varied and emotionally anchored.
Paul is a certified Vocal Health First Aider with Vocal Health Education and his methods are also inspired by the the work of voice practitioners Kristin Linklater and Patsy Rodenberg.
Visit Paul’s Website
The Bristol Improv Theatre is committed to making our classes as inclusive as possible. Please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know about any accommodations we can make to give you the best possible experience during the class
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