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Trans and Nonbinary Vocal Workshop Registration
Spring 2-day intensive, in person at The Rotunda, 4014 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19104
Sat, March 25 and Sun, March 26, 12-4:30 pm 
Led by Julie Lipson and Emily Bate; with special guest Cory O'Niell Walker

Free and open to all trans & nonbinary people!

A vocal exploration workshop for trans/nonbinary people to unlock greater access to the full range of vocal expression. Using a creative, play-based approach, we experiment with sound, pleasure, range, and resonance. We learn about vocal anatomy and health, hormones and voice, releasing tension, and breathwork. Come together in a group of trans and nonbinary voices to share stories, sing together, and open up new vocal possibilities.

PLEASE NOTE: Masks are required for this event while indoors. Some portions of the event will be outside, weather dependent. When outside, masks are optional.

Space is limited for this event. Please note that you will be notified if your registration is confirmed or if your name was added to the waitlist.

SAVE THE DATE: March 28, 2023: Expanding Definitions of ‘Woman’ With Mari Esabel Valverde, award-winning composer, classically trained vocalist and teacher. Join her for a master class focused on transfeminine voice. 

In this presentation, Mari will debunk common misconceptions of the transfeminine voice; introduce key topics in voice feminization focusing on breathing, phonation, and resonance; and speak on how transgender vocal pedagogy and transgender vocal expression are integral to liberation. FREE, no registration needed. More info HERE.

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