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The voice lab @ b23.space
Greifswalder Str. 23, Berlin Discover the joys of singing in a nurturing and supportive atmosphere at our regular singing class. Guided by soprano and singing teacher Sarah McInerney, this class invites
Greifswalder Str. 23, Berlin
Discover the joys of singing in a nurturing and supportive atmosphere at our regular singing class. Guided by soprano and singing teacher Sarah McInerney, this class invites you to delve into the emotional and somatic aspects of your voice, fostering a sense of community and connection through the power of singing.
Our 75-minute sessions offer a blend of breathing exercises, visualizations, and improvisational activities designed to help you explore your voice in a relaxed, playful, and inclusive setting. The focus is on experiencing the sensations and emotions of singing rather than perfecting technique or striving for performance excellence.
Join us on this vocal journey and experience the transformative power of singing, one note at a time. Open to anyone and any body. No previous voice training required! *If you can’t afford a regular ticket but would love to attend anyway, please send us a message (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’ll find a solution.
About the facilitator
Sarah McInerney is a classically trained American soprano living in Berlin since 2016. She has trained in voice and piano for twenty years, including a B.A. in Voice Performance. Sarah divides her time between performing and teaching throughout Germany. Currently she sings on various musical projects ranging in styles from baroque, jazz, liturgical, and a capella, in venues such as The Berliner Dom, Westminster Abbey, Berliner Philharmonie, Notre Dame de Paris, Kimmel Center (Philadelphia), and Alice Tully Hall (NYC).
(Wednesday) 20:00 - 21:15