Some musicians say there are two instruments involved when we play music.
So we need to learn about our first instrument—ourselves— then we can grow our practice with our musical instrument with a sense of adventure, exploring from many angles. We benefit hugely from developing our self-awareness and attention in movement, both inwardly and outwardly, and especially in our daily work.
The Alexander Technique offers a foundation for learning that underpins playing, singing, teaching and performing. In this week-long event, we’ll explore various ways to make practice creative, enjoyable and efficient, identifying restricting habits. We’ll look at how our manner of working influences how we think and feel in performance. Smart practice harmonises with our structure, the way we are made to move, see and hear. Powerful performance comes about through the experience of intelligent practice.
Join us for this multi-faceted exploration of the Alexander Technique taking place in the charming medieval village of Tereglio, located in the magnificent Tuscan Alps, where the pure air, the beautiful food, the mountains and the trees help us to bring our music to life.
Join us for:
• Minimum of 3 private lessons in addition to 2 daily group sessions
• Gourmet food cooked by local chefs
• Mountain walks and starry nights
• Films, lively discussions, musical evenings... and heavenly quiet!
For further information and to book the course, please go to: www.welltemperedmusician.com/flow
Venue address, website and telephone numbers
55025 Tereglio LU