Voice Work & Choral Singing Masterclass - Facilitator: Dr Patrick Campbell

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Voice Work and Choral Singing Masterclass enabling extended voice work, moving into choral singing in ways that will make you sparkle!

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Voice Work and Choral Singing Masterclass

Facilitator: Dr Patrick Campbell (Cross Pollination Group)

as part of the Health & WELLth Festival organized by Intercultural Roots

Description:

A masterclass enabling extended voice work, moving into choral singing in ways that will make you sparkle!

Date: Friday 2nd October 2020, 2pm-3pm

Location: Studio 2, The Place, 17 Duke's Road, London WC1H 9PY

Cost: £12

Over 18's only

Dr. Patrick Campbell is an academic and theatre-maker based in Manchester (UK). He has worked with a number of theatre groups and organizations, including Triangle Theatre (UK), COSmino (Berlin), Contact Theatre (UK) and Teatro Vila Velha (Brazil). His solo performance Black Rivers premiered at the MansWork Festival in 2018, and has subsequently toured the UK, Denmark and Brazil. His co-authored monograph, A Poetics of Third Theatre: Performer Training, Dramaturgy, Participation, written alongside Dr. Jane Turner, will be published by Routledge in 2020.

Punctuality & Preparation

For studio based workshops and performances please arrive outside the space 5 minutes early to be signed in and ensure a smooth and punctual start. If you do not arrive on time your place may be allocated to someone on the waiting list. Doors will be closed and no entry allowed five minutes passed the start time. Please arrive changed wearing appropriate clothing for the activity and note that no outdoor footwear is allowed in the studios. Female, male, gender neutral and accessible changing rooms with showers are available. Please ensure that you have washed your hands thoroughly as advised by Public Health England. No food or drink is allowed into the studios except for bottled water.

Disabled Access and Facilities

There is a step-free entrance to The Place. All the studios, meeting spaces and facilities are accessible by lift. There are accessible changing rooms with shower, and accessible toilets.

We ask wheelchair users to wipe their wheels before entering the dance studios.

We are also open to access animals, please let us know when booking if you may be bringing one with you.

Photography & Video

Photography and recording of any part of the event, where allowed by the facilitator, should be used for non-commercial, personal purposes only. Photographs, film or other audio-visual material recorded may not be sold, used or published commercially in any way whatsoever unless authorised in writing by Intercultural Roots. The use of photographic equipment, mobile telephones, tablets or other electronic devices, must not inconvenience any other person at the event. Television, live streaming and other film cameras may be in operation at the event, and may include filming for live broadcast and to produce research documentation and promotional or commercial photographs and videos. By attending an Intercultural Roots event, you consent to filming, photography and sound recording of yourself. Intercultural Roots and related third parties may use such films, photographs and/or recordings (including any copies) of your actual or simulated likeness without payment in perpetuity.

Medical Disclaimer

In attending this Intercultural Roots event you attest that, to the best of your knowledge, you suffer from no medical or physical condition or disability that will or might increase the normal risks associated with exercise; and / or your doctor has approved your participation in our activities.

Health & WELLth Festival offers the public a unique opportunity to participate in a hugely diverse range of body-mind-spirit ‘embodied practices’ that have huge health, well-being, artistic and educational benefits. The Festival is organised and directed by Dr. Andrea Maciel and Dr. Alex Boyd and is part funded by the National Lottery Community Fund through a partnership of six UK registered charities led by Intercultural Roots.

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