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Weekly Voice Workshop and Vocal Ensemble Saoudara 2020-2021
Tue Sep 01, 2020 at 09:00 AM to Fri Sep 01, 2023 at 05:00 PM
Are you looking for singing lessons in Strasbourg? 
In this workshop/vocal ensemble, you will learn and strengthen: 
- vocal technique: how to use your voice without hurting yourself
- communication: explorer the potential of your voice, the carrier of your being, your personal story and your culture
- vocal artistic expression: let your creativity flow and express yourself as an artist
Support our Conferences 2020-2021
Wed Sep 01, 2021 to Thu Aug 31, 2023

Nos conférences autour de la voix ont de plus en plus de succès et nous en sommes ravis. Cela exige néanmoins des conditions techniques et d'organisation plus importantes (connexions Zoom, annonces, etc.).

Si vous souhaitez soutenir notre démarche, vous pouvez participer à hauteur de

​​​​​​​- 5€ ou plus par conférence visionnée en REPLAY.

Pour ceux qui ne le peuvent pas, l'accès reste bien évidemment gratuit. L'excédent est utilisé pour alimenter les bourses de soutien à nos formations.

ESTILL 1 & 2 COURSE - April 2022
Mon Apr 17, 2023 at 09:00 AM to Fri Apr 21, 2023 at 06:00 PM
  • You are a professional or amateur vocal performer: singer, actor, storyteller, musician, dancer
  • You are a speech therapist, teacher, singing teacher
  • You work in radio or television
  • You are just passionate about the work of the voice
The Estill vocal model is used today by internationally renowned teachers, vocal coaches and singers all over the world.
Estill - A model of vocal functioning that is...
  • Efficient! The Estill model of vocal functioning, founded on scientific research in New York in 1970 by Jo Estill, is based on the in-depth knowledge of the anatomy and functioning of different parts of the vocal apparatus.
  • Liberating! In the model of voice functioning there is no aesthetic judgment of the voice, there are simply different ways of using it. Each voice is unique and has the right to exist.
  • Creative! Knowing your vocal instrument and knowing how to use it allows you to approach all styles, to discover your vocal identity, to multiply your vocal color palette, to make choices and to assume them.