Led by composer, theater maker, and choral music conductor Emily Bate, this workshop offers participants new ways to engage with the anatomy of the voice, and dig into the physical sensations produced by singing. Designed for every voice—from the seasoned choir member to enthusiastic shower singers and those who’ve been told they “can’t sing”—the Wig Wag Workshop explores the literal and figurative impacts of “resonance,” seeking both palpable vibrations in our bodies, and more information about the complex ways we emotionally relate to our voices.
No singing experience required for this virtual workshop. Expect singing mad-libs, vocal warm-ups, free improvisation, group discussion, and experiential anatomy lessons. Each workshop session lasts 90 minutes and will focus on unique material. Reserve a ticket to receive a link to access the workshop sessions.
Closed Captioning available for both workshops.