Join Nadine as she returns to the Roy Hart International Arts Center in Malérargues where her incredible journey with the voice began. From the 20th – 25th August 2019 Nadine will be delivering a five day workshop at the Center on the Voice and Shakespearean monologues of Richard III.
A.L.Kennedy and Ros Steen look at NGVW’s connection with writing at the Akademie der Künste in Berlin!
On Wednesday 8th June,2019, the writer A.L.Kennedy and Ros Steen were both invited to give a joint presentation to members of the Akademie der Künste in Berlin about the connection between NGVW and writing. A short contextual introduction by Ros was followed by a practical demonstration. Kennedy, who had written four new pieces for the occasion each one linked to one of the Four Qualities, spoke each piece before and after working on her voice with Ros. She also spoke from a personal point of view about the voice work. A lively question and answer session followed and the whole evening was recorded for the Akademie’s archives. The event was also attended by accredited teacher Margareta Unné (Teta). While in Berlin, Teta and Ros paid a visit to do some research into Alfred Wolfsohn’s archive which is held by the Jewish Museum in Berlin.
‘One of the most stirring encounters that I experienced this year was a one-hour lesson with Nadine George on discovering your voice.’
Nadine travels to Tokyo with accredited teacher Laurent Courtin to provide an NGVW workshop to the Japanese Directors Association on the voice and Shakespearean text. An exciting move for the work into East Asia.
Nadine invited to speak on local Alands radio in Finland about her work there with recently accredited teacher Grete Sneltvedt, listen to their interview by clicking this link.
And download associated articles in local Alands news below:
Ros Steen led a voice research and development day for the directors and producer of Common Wealth, a Bradford-based company specialising in site-specific events. ‘Our ideas are rooted in socialist politics, working-class backgrounds, a keen interest in contemporary music/theatre/art/design, the people that we meet and an idealistic ambition to shift things.’
Yesterday was extraordinary, we all felt it very strongly and deeply and are so grateful to you. (Co-director Evie Manning)
Literally, life changing – I’m breathing deeper, clearer and listening better. It’s amazing. (Co-director Rhiannon White)
Award winning writer, performer and supporter of the Nadine George Voice Work A L Kennedy uses her own voice recordings to explore the power of voice, and what it can say about us, in this fascinating episode for the BBC Radio 3 Essays series: