Wildness &



Speed, Agility, Ornaments, Trills & Coloratura
Saturday, March 16, 1pm-4pm Pacific/ 4-7pm Eastern

*For singers, instrumentalists, and performers of all disciplines

This workshop is designed to make you go really fast, really well.

By delving into rebound, subdivision, and the design of the human instrument, we can go from halting and sluggish to slippery and precise VERY quickly.

My work in classical coloratura, North Indian, jazz,  Bulgarian and other highly ornamented Balkan music, and other disciplines like dance, swimming, boxing, acrobatics and neurobiology have made me super tuned in to how speed and precision are emergent qualities of human performance when the proper conditions are created.

This workshop will take you from great to exquisite to transcendent. No joke.

The Details

When: When: Saturday, November 18, 2-5pm Pacific/ 5-8pm Eastern
Where: Zoom
Recording will be available

Coaching spots are available and limited- message me to request one!

*This workshop is for anyone who performs anything that requires speed or precision. Any and all humans are welcome.

Workshop Structure

Part 1 Structure, Function & Concepts

Optimal Coordination & Mobility:  Vocal and Respiratory mechanisms in the context of the entire body

Optimal Acoustics: Resonance, tuning, and emanation

Exercises to establish coordination and optimal resonance

Part 2 Styles & Applications

Uses of agility and ornamentation in classical, traditional, and contemporary music

Experiments and techniques to amplify mobility, agility tuning, resonance, and speed

Part 3 Coaching

Specific coaching for participants to work even more precisely with repertoire and application

Open Q&A