Tuscany Project: 16th Annual Intensive Voice Workshop in Italy. July 7-18, 2008


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The Tuscany Project is an extraordinary workshop held in Italy each year. The project blends group and individual work focusing on each person's growing edge in the areas of song interpretation and performance, performing presence, vocal exploration, movement, and individual and group songs.

The workshop offers an opportunity for participants to explore in depth one's personal connection with voice - bringing greater awareness to the elements that impact authentic delivery of text and song. Singing, this summer, is not simply the art of making beautiful sounds on key, but a disciplined expression of our deepest life forces and the discovery of our own personal power through the artistry of the human voice.

The program is held in a beautiful 12th century restored villa, with a grand swimming pool in the lush countryside of Umbria in central Italy. Participants have come from Australia, many parts of Europe, England, Bermuda, Canada, and the US. Adult singers of all levels welcome.

Explore the exciting program planned for 2007!

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