Led by Susan Worsfold, this online voice workshop is rooted in the Nadine George Voice Work (NGVW) to explore breath, body, voice and creative text. It offers space to re-centre and re-energise ourselves in our own practice, as we work through and beyond the digital screen to creatively connect to others during this time of isolation. The workshop will follow the known form of NGVW where you will be guided through solo breath practice, sung sound and classic text. It is open to creative artists looking to reconnect to their practice or be introduced to this work for the first time. This workshop will be delivered digitally with a maximum of 4 participants ensuring a focused, expansive space for individual work and group connection. Details will be sent prior to the workshop which will help prepare for working online.
Susan Worsfold is an award-winning theatre director, drawing from her 25 years of experience of the Nadine George Voice Work, which equips people to expand their sense of self. She has a highly artistic, developed and accessible practice in the use of breath, body, space, sound and word, from where the artist and audience alike understand their standing in space, in the community and therefore their voice in society at large, equipping them with tools to be seen, be heard and take space.
Susan is co-company director of Queen Jesus Productions, working with Jo Clifford & Annabel Cooper and directs the internationally acclaimed The Gospel According to Jesus, Queen of Heaven, which toured to Brazil in 2016, won a Made in Scotland and Scottish Arts Award and continues to tour to UK, Europe and South America.
Susan was Co-Director of the Nadine George Voice Centre of Voice Studio International having met Nadine George at the age of 18 whilst training at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and has worked consistently and closely with Nadine since 1994. She is one of the small group of world-wide accredited teachers and is an Associate Teacher at the RCS.