Day-long Learn to Sing! Vocal Workshop and song circle with celebrated Bay Area vocalist Lydia Violet!
In this workshop you will learn basic vocal techniques to empower your voice in community singing environments. We will weave back and forth between learning vocal technique and community songs from international folk and protest traditions that have been cultivated to empower individual and community resilience. We will also explore finding harmonies in group singing while experiencing the therapeutic aspects of harmony singing. This workshop is open to songweavers of all levels! Together we will create a kind environment of exploration and learning.
February 16, 2019 10am- 5pm @ herchurch 678 Portola Dr. in San Francisco, CA.
Cost is $60, limited scholarship spots available.
Ages 12 & up welcome!
These workshops do tend to sell out so please register here to secure your spot!
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Lydia Violet Harutoonian, M.A, has a Masters in Philosophy, Cosmology, and Consciousness from CIIS. She has studied closely with deep ecology elder and Buddhist scholar Joanna Macy for the past 9 years, learning how we can metabolize our pain for the world into profound communion with our human and more-than-human communities. She is also an accomplished musician who is deeply inspired by folk, blues, and protest music traditions. In her solo project she combines fiddle, banjo, and 3-part harmonies to offer a soul-folk revival experience. In the past year she has performed with Rising Appalachia, Climbing PoeTree, Ayla Nereo and Rev. Sekou, and been featured on Democracty Now!. More at www.lydiafiddle.com