Sunday 18 June 2017, 2–4pm, OTO Project Space
“Singer or not, anyone can find inner beauty and pleasure in their own voice.
The voice is the original instrument. Everyone has a voice and each voice is unique.
The workshop includes working with the breath, developing awareness of posture and movement, listening and tuning in, discovering the range and potential of your own voice, while interacting and connecting with others. You will improvise, trying out different sounds and expressions, responding to the space’s acoustics and the collective sound of the group.
This playful and exploratory workshop is suitable for newcomers: singers and non-singers”.
Advance booking is essential as space is limited. Limited to 10 participants
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In association with The Wire 400
Sharon Gal is an interdisciplinary artist, performer, vocalist and composer, with experience of free improvisation and collaborative group compositions. Her work relates to sound, sculpture, architecture, live performance and participatory art, exploring the psychology of sound and its relationship with space.
She performs solo and directs a series of participatory compositions, examining the inter-relations between people and place.
Sharon has been working with several body practices, including Qigong, Tai Chi, dancing and Alexander Technique. She is a co-founder of Resonance 104.4 FM and her music has been released by various labels. She performed in the UK & internationally, including: The V&A, Science Museum, Whitechapel Gallery, Arnolfini Gallery and Tate modern.