SING WORKSHOPS ARE FOCUSED ENTIRELy on Tonal Diversity
Hayley Reed guides a limited number of students through several workshop sessions filled with great lessons and exercises designed to bridge the gap between “singing and musicianship”.
SING Students explore the mechanisms, shaping and adaptions of rhythm that allow the voice to be a such tonally diverse instrument. Whilst experiencing the difference of using a coordinated vocal instrument, students are led to a deeper understanding of music and its impact. Music theory and emotional connection techniques are employed to empower a student's unique creativity.
SING techniques are adaptable to the young or old making singing an accessible and fun activity.
There is more to singing than breath flowing over your vocal chords to hit the "correct pitches". Resonance, articulation and a refined rhythm used on your breath and resonating cavities can all be put to the service of music, art and communication.
Actors of Australian! Join me as I explain the fundamental principles you need to understand to begin the journey of mastery over your voice.
I’m extremely excited to be partnering up with Anthony Meindl’s Actor’s Workshops to present this interactive workshop.
Students will learn how resonance works within the voice, how it shapes sound, and how to “rewire” vocal impulses to achieve the most effective communication without suppressing natural instincts to express an idea, emotion, personality, or attitude. The workshop offers actors tools they can use to analyze their own vocal nuance, helping them connect deeply to themselves and those around them, and empowering them to adjust their vocal communication to be more effective.
Don’t miss this in-depth examination into the voice and how it can be used to its potential for performance!