VOCAL WORKSHOP FOR ALL with Mihirangi
Saturday Sept 28 10.30 am – 5.30 pm
Center for Divine Awakening 15801 N 40th St, Phoenix (40th St/Greenway)
This workshop is for ANYONE who wants to open to the power of your natural voice.
Mihirangi will guide and challenge you in an extraordinary day to experience:
* expressing your authenticity through your voice fearlessly
* learning to surrender and listen to the voice of your spirit
* releasing your voice with ease
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!!
The day will include modern, traditional and cultural techniques for the beginner to advanced singer. The workshop will include:
Knowing your Anatomy
Building Health and Strength
Vocal Technique and Vocal Exercise
Your Character, Emotions and Singing
Vocal Styles, Music and Harmony
Surrender, Release and Confidence
Singing From Your Soul
Your Purpose, Intention and Message
Healing, Traditions, Rituals, Chanting and Culture
This workshop is offered at $150. The next day, the MAORI HAKA FOR WOMEN ( http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/445228 ) with Mihirangi is also offered at $150 … or $250 if attending both days.
IMPORTANT! To register for BOTH workshops, go to http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/445256 to receive the discounted $250 price for both workshops!
To register for VOCAL WORKSHOP FOR ALL with Mihirangi *ONLY*, please go to Brown Paper Tickets.com
MIHIRANGI is an international performer. She was a finalist (and the judges’ favorite) on NZ’s Got Talent 2012. She just completed a 45-concert New Zealand tour to thank her fans. She is performing next at the Haida Gwaii Edge of The World Music Fest, Queen Charlotte Islands and then the Robson Valley Music Festival, Dunster, BC.
MIHIRANGI hails from Aotearoa, Land of the Eternal Light aka New Zealand. She grew up on a Marae (traditional village) in a small place in a valley surrounded by the forests and farms of Mangapeehi, grounded in traditional Maori wisdom and profound knowledge of genealogy. Mihirangi embodies her indigenous lineage roots of Ngati Rakeiora, Ngati Waikorara, Ngati Rahiri and Ngati Raukawa descent. She is from a line of Tohunga Wahine women who were keepers of whakapapa, of spiritual knowledge and healing. She is a woman out to make a difference: musically, socially, spiritually and culturally.