Tales were born from popular beliefs and were transmitted from generation to generation. Weather it’s the Three Little Piggies, the Little Mermaid, or the Emperor’s New Clothes, the stories help people understand their daily struggles. Brussels Vocal Project decided to put these tales in music by collaborating with American composer John Hollenbeck and the drummer Moritz Baumgärtner. The idea is to translate old familiar forms of expression into today’s realm. Story-wise, Brussels Vocal Project proposes to shed a new light on the tales by viewing them from a different angle through texts of Elsa Grégoire, Anu Junnonen and François Vaiana. John Hollenbeck will support this idea by revisiting an ancient instrumentation, probably the oldest, which is drums and voices.
Sarah Klenes/Marie Séférian (soprano), Anu Junnonen (mezzo), Elsa Gregoire (alto), Gabriel Hahn (tenor), Francois Vaiana (baritone), Moritz Baumgärtner (drums)
Music composed by John Hollenbeck
Click here to view: Taiki Lecture with Prof. Nukiwa
The lecture will be followed by traditional Taiki group training as well as a Question-and-Answer gathering after the training.
Prof. Nukiwa’s work opens up deep insights on the essentials of Taiki and shows how Taiki relates to the soft tissue/fascia system of the human body.
Thank you Prof. Nukiwa Sensei for visiting Europe and sharing your Knowledge with us!
Date: 13. November, 7 – 22.30h pm
Location in Munich, Germany to be announced.
Contact and application for class & lecture: DR. UCMAK