Repeats every week until Mon Mar 05 2018 except Mon Feb 19 2018.
Monday, January 22, 2018 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
University Hall Room 150
Prepare your body, brain, and voice to sing with ease, expressiveness, and projection. Learn four traditional rounds and five part-songs by ear, plus choral skills such as legato, staccato, fermata, ritard, timbre, and head and chest voice. More experienced participants may sing in trios or anchor their sections. We will perform for invited guests during the last class. Open to all levels.
Lauren Carley, mezzo, tours and records with In Other Words and Polyhymnia. She is a natural voice practitioner with a lifetime of experience in pedagogy, Orff, theater, mime, Alexander, and Feldenkrais. She also leads community choruses and singing retreats worldwide, and specializes in singing as a healing pathway for those with neurological trauma and diseases.
Note: This class does not meet on Monday, February 19 due to the Presidents' Day holiday.
The video below is from Fall 2017 and reflects Lauren Carley's teaching style; course content may have changed.