Circu-Lab: Collaborative Improvisation for Song Leaders and experienced singers with Guillermo Rozenthuler

7 Mar 2020 / Worcestershire


Date: 7 Mar 2020

Cost: £25

Details: 12 - 2.30pm (please also see 'Circlesinging with Guillermo Rozenthuler' for follow-on event and open performance)

Location: St Clement's Primary School, Henwick Road, Worcester WR2 5NS



Run by: Paula Evans and Guillermo Rozenthuler

Contact details: 0770 9953475

Further information:

Paula Evans is delighted to welcome Guillermo Rozenthuler to work with us for two workshops in the Midlands.

Circu-lab is a musical playground and a ‘laboratory’ (a place to experiment and try new things) of collaborative improvisation, aimed at singers who want to expand their musical formation and feed their creativity and musical freedom. As participants come from diverse musical,  vocal and cultural backgrounds, they are a great way of exchanging musical ideas and a space to explore, reinvent and challenge our musical ideas.

We will practice different models for spontaneous vocal music, Voice Orchestra and free-form improvisation, plus other musical games. Small ensemble practice encourages creating clear musical ideas, listening deeply, responding to others all the time and communicating with precision.

The beauty of collaborative improvisation lays in its potential, the magic of making music from scratch with a group of complete strangers.

This workshop can be booked in conjunction with a large group session –  ‘Circlesinging with Guillermo Rozenthuler’ which will run later the same afternoon and concludes with an open performance which you are invited to take part in.  Discount applies if both sessions are booked.

Please contact for further details and to book a place (booking essential – limited spaces remain).

Based in the UK since 2000, Guillermo has become one of the leading Circlesinging and Vocal Improvisation facilitators in Great Britain and Europe. He’s been a disciple of Bobby Mc Ferrin and Rhiannon, two of the world’s greatest vocal improvisers and song leaders.  Guillermo works regularly as a voice teacher and workshop leader in different settings, ranging from the corporate to the public health sector.  He enjoys engaging singers of all levels and backgrounds and bringing them together to find joy and fulfilment in their singing.