Coordinated Music Learning

Learning Music with Optimal Coordination:
Patterning Ease into Repertoire

Online Workshop

Sunday May, 24, 2020
1pm Pacific / 4pm Eastern
60-75 mins

* The workshop will be recorded and available for reference, or if you cannot be there in person.


About the Workshop

Singers love to perform!  But how many of us love the process of learning our music?  We all know it needs to get done, but how many of us do not enjoy this process or find it challenging, frustrating, or downright scary.  Well, you are not alone!  In this workshop, we will explore exactly how our brain goes about learning music, as well as how to include optimal coordination of our human design in this process.  This will give us a new way to approach learning our pitches, rhythms, and text, more accurately and easily, so we can get on to the fun part….connecting with the audience in a performance!   

About Anita Lyons

Anita Lyons is a professional opera singer and private voice instructor. She is conducting research into the neuroscience of singing, and how the design of the brain can be harnessed most effectively to unlock musical potential.  Combining this with her study of the Alexander Technique and optimal coordination has led her to the creation of this workshop.  She holds a Master’s of Music from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, and is an active freelance dramatic soprano in the New York City area.