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Body Alphabet Workshop for the Sung and Spoken Voice, Arts on Location

London Artform: combined arts, dance, interdisciplinary arts, music, theatre   Contact: Adjjima Na Patalung



Discover your own vocal identity through experimentation with the body and voice.

The workshop is based on “The Body Alphabet”, physical and vocal actions developed by Zygmunt Molik (1930-2010) who was, since the beginning, a core member of Jerzy Grotowski’s Laboratory Theatre in Wroclaw (Poland). Molik was one of the principal actors of the company for 25 years during which he also took the role as the leading instructor of the vocal training. His method is recognised to have had a radical and transformative impact on the vocal training of actors and on theatre practices all over the world. 

Jorge Parente has closely worked with Molik, being his assistant and disciple for over a decade and his – in Molik’s word – successor. Parente is a Paris-based actor, theatre director and teacher. He has developed a training program to pass on Molik’s method of The Body Alphabet and has taught in Brazil, France, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, and Thailand.

Date: 24- 29 March, 2014
Time: 10.00-14.00
Fee: 250 GBP
Location: Eastbourne House Arts 
Bullards Place London E2 OPT

Number of spaces per workshop: 16
Accepted participants are required to prepare a text and a song.
To apply please contact Arts on Location: Adjjima Na Patalung

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