3rd March, 13:00 - 16:00
The Old Fire Station, George Street, Oxford
Research students and staff have to present - and speak - in a range of academic and professional contexts. This practical voice workshop, based on theatrical and real-world experience, will help you understand your voice and how you can best use it.
It will benefit anyone wishing to develop their vocal control and ability.
What to expect:
Part 1 – exploration and examination of the voice itself from intention to comprehension, enabling participants to form an objective opinion about their voice; a necessary building block for improvement Part 2 - a practical vocal warm rooted in established theatrical practice Part 3 – to be equipped with a tool with which you can develop vocal control and tonal nuance.