Vocal Body Workshop Series with Catherine Lee Presented by

Vocal Body Workshop Series with Catherine Lee
Presented by Raven Spirit Dance (Training Series)
Jeanette Kotowich & Brian Solomon Photo Credit: Yvonne Chew
Join us every Wednesday for this 6-week workshop series combining voice and
movement with body wisdom to intuitively connect the sound of the body with its
activity - Vocal Body.
Dates: Wednesdays April 22nd - May 27th (the first
Wednesday is 1pm-3pm, the remaining classes are from
Fees: $150 for the full 6- week series // or $25 drop in fee
for the first class and $125 for the remaining 5-weeks
*Please note that participants are not able to drop-in after
the first week as this series is progressive
Location: Scotiabank Dance Centre (677 Davie St,
* Studio location varies from week to week so please check
in at the front desk
Payment methods: cheque, credit card and paypal
Registration: Please email [email protected] or
call: (604) 646-0010
purpose of the course is to allow students to develop and strengthen
their voice and body; to safely explore the connections between the two
and to express themes through improvisation. The course develops the
ability to delve into the subliminal mind, to improvise more readily alone
and with others and to strengthen improvisational compositions,
combining voice and body.
* No experience in voice is required, though any prior experience will
contribute and be deepened by these explorations.
About Catherine Lee
Catherine has been exploring what she terms Vocal Body since her
studies in modern dance at both Queen’s and York Universities. She has
created vocal body works for almost 40 years and in the last 25 years
through her company True North Performance. Her True North works
include: Snakes In Mind, an operomedy, Northern Trilogy, Le Masque
Canadien, Earth Magic, Snow Magic, Taking Place, Upaya. Her works are
known for their humanism, whimsy and depth. She is a long time, parttime instructor at Studio 58, teaching movement for actors – a perfect
blend of her background in theatre and dance training. She has extensive
training in classical voice and extended voice, and she is a charter singer
with the world-renowned women’s choir Elektra.