Course in anatomi and physiology
This course is open for singers and singing teachers/vocal pedagogues, who wish to know the theory and the principles behind The Anne Rosing Method and understand the reasons for the structural choices implied in the method.
You will receive a thorough introduction to the anatomi and physiology of the singing body, the breath support and 'the grain of the voice'. The theory will be used in praxis through exercises covering all three main areas.
You will learn to treat some of the dominant compensatory muscle tensions, for instance around the jaw, the tongue root and the laryngeal constrictors.
Furthermore you will be orientated about new research in the singing field and its possible impact on educational practice.
No previous knowledge is demanded, but each lesson will require some studying of relevant literature.
The course has been estimated to equate 2,8 ETCS credit points.
Time: 8 Fridays from 15.30 to 19
2019: 20 September, 25 October, 22 November
2020: 31 January, 6 March, 24 April, 15 May and 12 June
Please notice! there will start a new course in the fall.
Place: The Anne Rosing Institute, Svanemøllevej 92, 2900 Hellerup, Denmark
Price: 4500 kr.
Payment: To be paid with either MobilePay or bank transfer.
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Application: send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Bring or wear: comfortable clothes
Changes may occur