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Lessac Voice and Body Virtual Class

€60

This Masterclass is specifically designed for those interested in experiencing stronger, more resonant vocal quality with ease, in conjunction with creating more physical flexibility, strength and expressive body movement.  Lessac Kinesensic Training is unique in its holistic, comprehensive and creative approach to all aspects of developing the body and the voice, for speech and singing and as creative instruments of communication, behavior, and perception.

Saturday 4th Feb and Sunday 5th Feb from 2pm-4pm for 4 Hours in total.

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This Masterclass is specifically designed for those interested in experiencing stronger, more resonant vocal quality with ease, in conjunction with creating more physical flexibility, strength and expressive body movement.  Lessac Kinesensic Training is unique in its holistic, comprehensive and creative approach to all aspects of developing the body and the voice, for speech and singing and as creative instruments of communication, behavior, and perception.

Benefits & Learning:

  • Posture and breathing
  • Body energy and flexibility
  • Vocal variety and contrast
  • Control of projection for stage, microphone, and personal use in intimate, social, or formal situations

Find out more about Lessac Training here.

 

Robin Aronson is a Professor of Voice and Acting at the University of Southern Mississippi. As a Lessac Kinesensic Voice and Body Trainer, Robin was fortunate enough to teach a one-week workshop with Arthur Lessac himself at the University of Rijeka in Croatia. Aronson then returned to Croatia where she taught the Lessac curriculum for their new Post Masters’ Program in Acting, Media, and Culture Studies under the direction of the international film actor, Rade Šerbedžija. Robin has taught the Lessac Kinesensic Training at such prestigious institutions around the globe as The Central School of Speech and Drama in London, England; Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Theatre; The Gaiety School for Acting, The National Theatre School of Ireland in Dublin; and The National Institute of Dramatic Art in Sydney, Australia. Robin has also engaged in International practice-based research in Manila, Philippines leading Lessac voice and body workshops with the Philippine Educational Theatre Association (PETA), TEATRO Lasaliana and Ateneo Del Manila University. Robin has served as President for the International Lessac Training and Research Institute and was the recipient of the 2020 Lessac Training and Research Institute Service Award. In addition, Robin has also served as Chair of the Voice and Speech Committee for the Southeastern Theatre Conference and is currently a member of the Lessac Training and Research Institute (LTRI), Actors’ Equity Association (AEA), Musical Theatre Educators Alliance (MTEA) and the Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA).

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