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Free Your Voice Project @ DeN

The first of three, weekly, consecutive singing workshops, Free Your Voice returns with it's joyous mix of meditation, blindness, vocal-jamming, vocal games and exercises where we let loose, rid ourselves of external opinions and just enjoy the voice for what it is.

A useful workshop for just about anyone, especially teachers, actors and people needing to project their voice.This time we;ll be learning and remembering a song or two, adding an element of development for participants. Advice: if you're looking for a pop- idol type workshop. This isn't the right thing for you. We want to avoid judgement. Out of tune is out of mind!! 100K 


Tuesday, 20 November

11:00am - 1:00pm

DeN | 49 Làng Yên Phụ, Hanoi


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