Sun 1 May  |  6.30pm 

Rekindling Workshop

By Project 10-11-12: Walli Höfinger (Austria) & Teresa Brayshaw (UK)

IN-PERSON WORKSHOP

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Rekindling:  Body and Voice Workshop with Walli Höfinger and Teresa Brayshaw

 

An open to all practical workshop in real time and space for people to rediscover the joy of moving and sounding and singing.

 

Think of this session as an invitation to give some care and attention to your whole self in the company of others. An opportunity to explore your perception towards your unique voice and body, learn some new skills and rekindle some old ways for being together again. 

 

Facilitated by Walli and Teresa – two specialist movement and voice teachers, who are collaborating between Berlin and Manchester.

About Artists

Walli Höfinger

Born 1966 in Austria.

Walli Höfinger is a performance artist, voice performer and accredited Roy Hart voice teacher (Malérargues, France 2009) who lives and works at Gutshof Reichenow near Berlin. Her artistic work currently focuses on experimental work on the voice, writing her own texts as well as voice and piano compositions. She works equally solo and collaborates with Christiane Hommelsheim, Jonathan Hart-Makwaia, Biliana Voutchkova, Ingo Reulecke, Teresa Brayshaw, and others. She regularly teaches voice workshops in Germany and throughout Europe. She speaks German, English and French.

Teresa Brayshaw

 

Born 1966 in England. 

Teresa Brayshaw is a theatre maker, teacher and Feldenkrais Practitioner (2013), who lives in Manchester and works at Leeds Beckett University and Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance. She works as a director, researcher and collaborator across a number of international, interdisciplinary and intergenerational projects including Cinage Live, Player Piano, ACT Festival artist conversations, ATIPIA training & In their Own Words. She co-edited both the Twentieth & Twenty First Century Performance Readers (2013 & 2020 Routledge). She speaks English and Spanish.

You can also join Wallo and Teresa for Umbilical Chords / Circle Time the closing event of GIFT 2022 on Sunday 1 May at 6:30pm. Find out more

Ticket information and accessing
events in-person & online

This year's GIFT festival is taking place in Gateshead and online providing digital and in-person spaces for us to come together and experience work and participate in workshop activities.


Tickets for this event are free and strictly limited. Reserve your free space by clicking on the booking links above.

Recommended age rating: 14+

Duration: approx 1hr
 

Location: To be shared shortly.