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Who stands to benefit?

Teachers, students, acting students and singers, and those who use their voices professionally stand to benefit from a competent use of the voice. Whether in the areas of culture, the economy, education or health, our voices must step forward when we make public appearances.

The conscious and enjoyable use of one’s own voice is also a personal enrichment for many people beyond their professional concerns.

The Lichtenberg method is suitable for those who for professional reasons are looking for a voice capable of modulation and possessing carrying capacity, who want to use their voices with the greatest possible ease and freedom and those who want to learn more about how their voices work. Subjects like the interaction of physiological processes and verbal and musical expression, maintaining the health of the voice and the handling of stress are not just matters for those who use their voices professionally. The seminars are directed to ….

- Actors, those studying acting, voice artists and singers who are looking for new ways to meet vocal challenges, those whose voices are prone to strain or fatigue from overwork or less than optimal vocal coordination, or who are looking for more ease in phonation.

- Actors who are preparing recitations or roles.

- Project support for rehearsals for acting ensembles or acting schools als

- Instructors, lecturers and those who must speak professionally, or who wish to ease the strain on the voice and speak with more modulation and expression.

- In the area of literacy promotion

- For children and youth to open the way for them to essential experiences with sound and sensory awareness, which are decisive for the acquisition and development of language and support of self-awareness.

- Those learning to speak a foreign language who want to develop their comprehensibility, carrying capacity and sound of their voices.

- Those interested in the coordination of breathing and voice.

- Parents, and grandparents and other adults who tell stories or sing to children, who want to extend the range and carrying capacity of their voices, to sing with less effort and who want to captivate their young listeners with their voices.

- Those who always wanted to sing, but who were convinced by others that they couldn’t sing or did not have a beautiful voice.

- Those with chronic vocal problems or who suffer from frequent respiratory tract infections traceable to improper use of the voice.

- Instrumentalists who want to explore the connection between their own vocal apparatus and the sound of their instruments.

- Those - perhaps philosophically inclined ? - who want to develop their voices in the search for unexpected tonal variants which might emerge, in order to speculate about the question of which came first: singing or speaking .

The contents of the instruction, structure and duration as well as support in the professional context are to be established beforehand.
Courses can be taught in German, Spanish, and English