May 15, 201610:00 to 12:00
Lecture: the mysteries of nasalization in the light of the latest discoveries (J. Sundberg)
Speaker: prof. Johan Sundberg Researcher and luminary of world renown. PhD in musicology from Uppsala University, Doctor Honoris Causa, University of York, UK chair of Acoustic Music at the University of London,UK. Chairman of the Committee acoustics of the Royal Swedish Music Music; editor and co-editor of twelve books in a series of acts of seminars public of acoustic music themes arranged in Stockholm since 1975.
(With intervention of Dr. Giovanna Baracca)
A lecture on nasalisation in song. The evolution of the topic on the nasal resonances.
Known together as the singers can control their voice source, the airflow transglottica button and how it affects the sound. Discover the benefits that can have a singer in the nasal resonance. A panel discussion that will illuminate speech therapist, speech therapists, lyrical and modern voice teachers, singers and voice artists.
12:00 -13: 00
Overtone singing Speaker: Prof Tran Quang Hai Singer, teacher, researcher at the National Center for Scientific Research in France, a researcher at the Department of Ethnomusicology of the Musée de l’Homme; interpreter of the musical traditions of the Far East, teacher and collaborator of artists such as Demetrio Stratos, Tran Quang Hai is considered the largest specialist in the world of overtone singing (overtones) vocal technique of shamanic origin which allows the simultaneous emission of two notes, widespread in Mongolia, Siberia and South Africa, coming from a family of five generations of musicians.
Intervention: Alan Bedin
13:00 p.m. to 14:00 p.m. ****** ****** PAUSE
14:00 to 18:30
lecture Overtones. Laboratory Overtone Singing Lecture: Tran Quang Hai Speaker: Alan Bedin, singer, performer, teacher.
Back in Italy, the Vietnamese teacher considered the greatest world expert of this vocal technique Enlarged to unlock and activate very deep resonances in the body of those who practice it. The Workshop is open to all and it requires no previous musical training or singing. And ‘it suited for using the voice professionally (singers, actors, teachers, speakers) but it is recommended to anyone who wants to discover the sonic potential of your body. Besides the head and chest Item: from opera singing to the modern contemporary.
Presentation of the method of singing and vocality Alan Bedin and the singer / ethnomusicologist Master Tran Quang Hai (Vietnam), National Center for Scientific Research in France, a researcher at the Department of Ethnomusicology of the Musée de l’Homme.
18:30 to 19:00
CULTURAL EVENT Performance by Tran Quang Hai and Alan Bedin accompanied by Sinedomo Distric Dance, contemporary dance group
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