WORKSHOP: Free Your Authentic Voice

Workshop Title: FREE YOUR AUTHENTIC VOICE

Dates: TBC
(1) Option 1: Weekend intensive (Saturday and Sunday – 5 hours per day)
(2) Option 2: Long weekend intensive (Friday evening – 2 hours; Saturday and Sunday – 4 hours per day)

Time: TBC

Venue: TBC

Fee: AUD$800 (half price for full-time students)

Format: In-person

No. of participants: Minimum 8; Maximum 16 (18 years and above)


About this workshop:

The aim of this workshop is to free individuals from habitual physical and vocal tension and promote effective and authentic communication. Participants will work on their CRAFT (alignment, breath, tone, dynamic expressions) and learn how to deeply CONNECT words with their meaning and intention so that they can COMMUNICATE their ideas and messages clearly and confidently to their audience.


As a participant, you will discover just how powerful words and the human voice can be when they are matched with the right tone of voice, intention and gestures. You will also get to cultivate and maintain your physical and vocal presence, to speak confidently and without prejudice whilst strengthening your self-esteem, self-awareness and self-expression.


Who this is for:

This workshop is open to all working professionals who are passionate about finding new and exciting ways to develop their vocal craft and refine their communication skills.


Prerequisite(s):

Participants need to be 18 years of age, have completed the Vocal Fundamentals workshop, or are able to demonstrate a strong passion/interest in voice work (e.g. experience in acting or public speaking, involved in school debate team, sing in a choir, or have previously taken voice lessons/classes with a qualified teacher)


Pre-workshop prep:

(1) A personal response to the question, “If you had the power to change one thing in this world (or about yourself), what would it be and why?” OR share with us one important lesson you have learnt this year (or in the past year), and why you feel grateful for this experience (1-2 minutes)

(2) Prepare and present a monologue/speech/poem of your own choosing (2-3 minutes)


What to bring:

(1) A pen and notepad

(2) Drinking water

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