Learn more about the body’s role in music making and teaching
DATE: 29th OCTOBER, 2019
TIME: 10am- 1pm
TEACHER: Elisabeth Turmo and Kamala Lundin
Course taught in English
This workshop includes:
• Short introduction to Timani: What it is? Who is it for?
• Relevant anatomy for musicians: Theoretical knowledge and practical application to music making
• Experience some Timani exercises in your own body
• How to use Timani in music tuition: “What to look for” and specific exercises
As musicians we are completely dependent on the coordination skills of our body. The interplay of muscular use is really complex, and it is therefore useful to have specific knowledge about what is actually going on when we sing or play an instrument.
This is where Timani comes in as a unique supplement to traditional teaching methods. Timani can help musicians and teachers to develop a deep understanding of the body and its function while playing and singing, based on anatomy and science.
Many musicians feel that through Timani they have gotten answers to questions related to both their instrumental and musical challenges, and that they gain more conscious options on how to use their body when practicing.
Timani cannot just solve physical problems, but it can also help you to really get out your musical expression; so that it flows through you, just as you dreamt of in the time you chose to become a musician. - Dagny Bakken, co-principal 2nd violin in the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra
This course should be mandatory for all musicians and music teachers! – Vibeke Breian, Associate Professor of saxophone at the Norwegian Academy of Music (Norway)
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