Sept 5 & 6, 2013 @ 7-10PM
Earlybird Registration (until Aug 9): $160
Regular Registration: $175
Space is limited. Advance registration required.
To register contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
“Voice is body. Body is voice … The voice is a product of the human being, of the human essence.” – From A Vocal Journey: Conversations with Richard Armstrong
Led by renowned New York based vocal instructor, director and performer Richard Armstrong, this two-evening introductory workshop will focus on exploring and expanding vocal range and character, with an emphasis on good use of breath, body alignment, and physical grounding, as well as on the connection between the voice and the personality of each participant.
*Individuals who have completed the Introductory workshop with Richard Armstrong may be eligible to register for the Continuing level workshop. Contact email@example.com for more details.
With over 40 years of experience teaching voice, Richard Armstrong’s distinction as a teacher, director and performer has inspired a generation of performers and their work. His teaching artistry is sought after internationally by students and professionals alike, and he has given workshops and demonstrations of his work throughout North and South America and Europe. Annual events include his International Voice Workshops at the Banff Centre in Canada, and a workshop for the graduate theatre programme at Towson University in Baltimore, USA. Armstrong is currently an associate arts professor at New York University’s Experimental Theatre Wing at the Tisch School of the Arts and teaches for its International Summer School in Amsterdam. For more information on Richard Armstrong, visit his website here.