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Cultural agendaTraining

Intensive courses

FREE THE VOICE!

Closing date for registration: 6 of December of 2019

Day: 8 of December of 2019

Schedule: 16.30-18.30h

School/Place: NunArt Guinardó

Organiser: Odeya Nini

Location: Carrer Telègraf 67 · 08041 Barcelona

Level: All levels

Style: Multidisciplinary

Professor: Odeya Nini

Price: 40 €

Telephone: 618816097

E-mail: odeyanini@gmail.com

Web: http://www.odeyanini.com

FREE THE VOICE!

Los Angeles based interdisciplinary vocalist, Odeya Nini, will be leading a vocal embodiment workshop followed by a showing of her solo vocal work - A Solo Voice. You are welcome to come to either or both!

workshop*: 16:30 - 18:30h // 40 euros
performance: 19:00-20h // free entry

*No prior experience is required for the workshop.
for registration email : [email protected]


FREE THE VOICE Workshop Description:

The Voice is an instrument that radiates from the soul, resonates in the body, and is pure energy and touch. Harnessing the energy of the Voice is a strength that is felt deep within ourselves and heard loudly outside of ourselves.

This workshop is dedicated to Vocal Expression, sensing the voice, feeling and understanding the physicality of sound, freeing our minds of preconceived ideas of song, and realizing the transformational healing effects we have on ourselves and others when we use our voice with intention and love. Both through introspective work and outward playfulness, we will explore the voice as an instrument that radiates from the imagination, body and movement, not limited to conventions of language, but rather able to convey myriad forms of communication.
Come play, shift, listen, explore and Free The Voice!

**Wear comfortable clothes and bring a notebook!

Bio:
Odeya Nini is a Los Angeles based interdisciplinary vocalist, contemporary composer, yoga instructor and teacher. At the locus of her interests are textural harmony, gesture, tonal animation, and the illumination of minute sounds, in works spanning chamber music to vocal pieces and collages of musique concrète. Her solo vocal work extends the dimension and expression of the voice and body, creating a sonic and physical panorama of silence to noise and tenderness to grandeur. Odeya has collaborated extensively with dancers, visual artist, filmmakers and theater directors as both a composer and soloist and has worked with artists such as Meredith Monk, Butch Morris and LA's contemporary orchestra - Wild Up.

Odeya's work has been presented at venues and festivals across the US and internationally, such as The LA Phil, MONA, Joyce Soho, and Art Basel Miami, from Los Angeles to Tel Aviv, Canada, Mongolia, Madagascar and Vietnam. She also leads vocal sound baths, Voice Baths, and teaches workshops and retreats for embodying and freeing the Resonant Voice.

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