The World is Sound 3-week intensive research program with Irena Tomažin, Corinne Castelli and Alessio Castellacci returns in 2018.
Deadline to apply: December 20, 2017
The Lichtenberger Method is a very gentle approach which put emphasis in enhancing auditory and perceptual skills, relying on a deep knowledge of the physiology and anatomy of the human voice...
The voice and movement connects from two perspectives: the experience of sound as a tactile vibration perceived in the body; the practice of synesthetic perception as a unifying process of voice, mind and body...
The voice has many bodies, the body has many voices. If you have a text, but no melody, then you just need to sustain the silence - to listen to it as long as it's needed for a mumbling to become a rhythm...
"I recommend this course to anyone interested in developing or discovering the capacity of their voice. It truly opened up a lot to me and has led to projects that would not have happened if I did not take part in it."
(Cajsa Godée - Dancer, Choreographer)
Photo Credits: Elise Scheider, Darius Bogdanowicz, Tomaz Santl
Video: Darius Bogdanowicz