Revealing Optimal Vocal Quality

Three-Week Course

 

DISCOVER WHAT’S POSSIBLE

This series will give you firsthand experience with the process Kate uses to coach the best performers in the world.

All levels of vocal experience are welcome and you are invited to participate however you wish.

Kate will be working with you to help you reveal optimal acoustical qualities through coordinated movement. Using the framework of extraordinary performance practice and the Alexander Technique, we will do experiments as a group, and then Kate will work with a few individuals on their specific requests. The flow of each session will be a short, participatory introduction, followed by group work, then individual coaching, and questions at the end.

ABOUT THE COURSE

Three Live Group Sessions in November
Email & FB Discussion Group Support
Course Fee: $300 regular/ $150 for ATI Members

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ABOUT KATE

Kate Conklin is a vocalist and performance coach, specializing in working with high-level performers whose work demands both excellent technique and profound artistry. Kate is a certified teacher of the Alexander Technique and holds BFA and MFA degrees in Vocal Performance with emphasis in opera, contemporary music, free improvisation, North Indian Classical and Bulgarian vocal music. She has additional specialties in peak performance practice, pedagogy, neurobiology, anatomy and physiology, physics, systems theory, anthropology, and philosophy.

Kate’s performing includes singing for film and television, premiering original new works, collaborating with composers and choreographers, singing for Cirque du Soliel, a chamber-folk duo with banjoist Bryan Landers, and developing a one-woman opera written for her by Javier Navarrette. Kate sings in seventeen languages and is known for her playful gravitas.

In 2018 Kate launched her online Courses for Professional Singers, designed to help performers increase quality and satisfaction in their work. Alumni of the courses hail from the stages of Broadway, The Metropolitan Opera, The Grand Ole Opry, and Cirque du Soleil.