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Wild Voice, Solid Roots 2020 (Level 4)

  • The Space 269 Westferry Road London, England, E14 3RS United Kingdom (map)

Level 4 Wild Voice Solid Roots is an advanced-level extended study of vocal improvisation, voice and vocal musicianship, taught through the voice, ear and body.

It is an in-depth program designed to strengthen singers’ musical rigour and integrate it into your authentic creative magnificence, whilst also sensitively supporting the personal development aspects of musical growth, within community.

Watch the 2 min film or the 8 min film made about Wild Voice, Solid Roots 2018.

Course basics

April 17-19, June 24-6, August 12-14, Sept 11-13, November 13-15, evenings of 13.8, 12.9 and 14.11

@ The Space, London

15 days non-residential tuition | two public performances | optional photo and video

2 – 4 hours personal practice per week. This is essential: be sure you can make time for this before committing to the course.

Practice guidance, support materials, and a monthly group zoom call to support practice.

A regular call with an assigned course buddy for mutual support.

Cost | £900 - £750 sliding scale (pay what you can). 2 assistant places are available at £650.

Course Content

Application form

The Call

Are you a singer whose musical imagination and spirit goes further than your public voice can right now?

Are you longing to really invest in your vocal musicianship, give yourself to it and lift your abilities and musical place in the world to the next level?

Do you long to have more competence and confidence to collaborate with the musicians you want to sing with?

Do you want to gain a solid musical foundation, through the voice, in a patient, grounded, embodied, playful way?

Has music learning been heady, theoretical, disembodied, over-caffeinated, alienating, critical, un-vocal, unsocial, un-musical? Or unavailable, non-existent?

Do you want to be in your full natural power as a singer?

If so, this course is designed for you.

About Wild Voice, Solid Roots

Vocal Improvisation is a thrilling, challenging, profound approach to singing. It’s not usual in UK music culture, but it is, I believe, both ancient and very contemporary. It can be applied to performance, recording, community music, music learning and teaching, ritual, personal growth and healing, spiritual life, nature connection, birth and death. Wild Voice Solid Roots focuses on cultivating vocal musicianship while making room for these other dimensions of the art form, building up rigorous technique and excellent musicianship, and supporting each student to further their personal path as a vocalist.