An Online ‘Warm-Ups Workshop’ -The Hows, Whys & Whats of Vocal Warm-ups!

11 Jan 2021 / Online


Date: 11 Jan 2021

Cost: 'Pay-what-you-can', (usual price £95) via PayPal link:

Details: 10.30am - 4pm



Run by: Delia Rosenboom

Contact details: 01342825031

Further information:

An intensive day training for singing-group-leader wannabees, newbees and ‘old-handers’ alike, exploring the often avoided territory of warm-ups!
Led by Delia Rosenboom NVN, ATI, experienced singing workshop leader & Alexander Technique teacher.

Whether new to running singing groups, looking for guidance and support, or an ‘old-hander’ looking for new warm-up ideas and inspiration, this is the workshop for you! A practical day packed full of information and experiential exercises around preparing the voice, breath, mind and  body for singing. This workshop will be complimented by attending the online ‘Tips & Tools for songs teaching’ workshop on 23rd July, or the ‘Exploring Breath Workshop’ on 24th September.

Material will include exploring warm-ups:

  • To organise the ‘furniture’ of the jaw, soft palate and throat…
  • To create an atmosphere, or ‘back-drop’ for the rest of the workshop
  • To loosen the body…
  • To help the group feel confident and at ease…
  • To increase resonance or enhance pitching…
  • To prepare for differing song styles (Gospel/ African/ Taize…)
  • To help to pre-learn potentially tricky elements of songs…..
    And more…

This workshop is part of four workshops designed to compliment each other. You may like to consider also attending:
‘Essential Tools & Tips for Singing Group Leaders’: November 10th 2020 or January 18th 2021
‘Exploring Breath’: January 29th 2021
‘Finding Vocal Freedom & Ease’ (Alexander Technique & Singing): November 2nd 2020 or February 12th 2021
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This material has grown out of 25 years’ experience of running choirs and singing groups and is underpinned by decades of both teaching the Alexander Technique and working with Ta Ke Ti Na – a body-centred rhythm method. Material will be taught through discussion, practical demonstrations, experiential work, application of material to songs bought by participants; observation and feedback…

‘Pay-what-you-can’, (usual price £95) via PayPal link: