10:00 — 17:00
rue d’Edimbourg 26
Applied Physiology of the Voice is a method developed by the Lichtenberger® Institut für angewandte Stimmphysiologie that redefines voice based on physiology and physics, to reduce the pressure on the larynx and the vocal cords and tap into their real and often unsuspected potential. The workshop will consist of a limited amount of theory and a lot of practical experience, both active (voice production) and passive (developing the ability to perceive changes in other people’s voices). The latter is a fundamental skill to be acquired in this method, as it boosts the participants’ ability to work on their own voice after the end of the workshop. Aspects like the physiology of the voice, timbre, resonance, articulation, intonation, the role of breathing, the sensory system, proprioception and the self-organisation of voice parameters will be discussed with an interactive and hands-on approach. Participants will be given a direct and audible experience of low-pressure voice emission modes that respect and harness human physiology (including neurophysiology) and unleash the full potential of the human voice. Expected medium/long term results include a pleasant, warm, light and yet powerful and authoritative timbre regardless of age, better and more efficient control of intonation and, last but not least, a remarkable reduction in vocal fatigue and wear and tear.
Our trainer is Andrea Caniato, professional interpreter and voice trainer for individuals and groups, guest lecturer on public speaking and voice coaching for Italian and Belgian universities including SSLMIT Trieste, Parma University, Roma III University, Université Libre de Bruxelles.
How to register : If interested, please write an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org before October 20th.