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Loisir 1h30

Age : 12-15 years old
Duration : 1h30
Frequency : Weekly
Capacity : 4 students
CHF 600.- / trimester

Loisir 1h30

Together, and on stage as well, we go further in the discovery of our voice and its possibilities!

The energy of the group nourishes each one and allows one to progress and learn from others, while having fun, to establish strong links while working in depth, to create solid foundations on which to build.

We sing, we laugh, we grow!

Work on body, breath and breathing awareness to improve singing.
Deepen the “vocal technique” in a playful way and become familiar with the theoretical bases (for example by using a score).
Sharing exercises using the repertoire studied, vocalizations and other games allowing progression.
Regularly practising improvisation and circle song, in particular to develop variations in interpretation and vocal technique, and always to be more present, more relaxed, freer.
Improving one’s stage presence by paying attention to the way one sings with a microphone and moves. Learning to develop one’s relationship with the group and the public, and interaction with the accompanying musician and the sound engineer.
Be a creative force.
Knowing how to evaluate oneself.
Learn to work independently; regular homework is desirable (regular vocal practice and memorization of texts outside of class).

REPERTOIRE

Songs performed in groups, duets or solo.
The repertoire is chosen by the students, and the teacher also guides them in the discovery of new songs (different styles, different languages, different technical difficulties).

CONCERTS

2 concerts per year (accompaniment by musician), with also the possibility to participate in Catalyse’s open stages, upon registration.

THE GROUP’S ADVANTAGES

Centred on the voice and its transformative powers, Catalyse has been developing for more than 15 years a holistic model aiming at “happy creativity”, a transversal capacity favouring the creative impulse, the development of the individual and the well-being of the whole. We insist on group practice, because it is inspiring, motivating and favours the progression of each individual. Working on your voice in a group is about improving your vocal skills while having fun and learning, with and from others, while developing a range of social and behavioural skills useful on stage and in life.

INDICATIVE TIMETABLES 21/22

  • Monday 17h30-19h
  • Wednesday 15h30-17h
  • Wednesday 17h-18h30