What is it about music that evokes such deep emotion in us? How does music so often communicate what we cannot say in words? In this workshop, we will meet each other through music, conversing through tones and musical phrases rather than words. With Channa's guidance, we will improvise with metal instruments, open-string instruments, and voice. The experience of sounding and listening together is a community-building gesture, allowing us to connect with one another in a different way. This workshop is open to musicians and non-musicians alike. Instruments will be provided.|
CHANNA A. SEIDENBERG is a music therapist, musician, and composer based in Philmont, NY. She is a co-founder and faculty member of Resonare, a one-year foundation course in music out of anthroposophy, currently in its sixth year at her Harmonia Center for Vocal and Music Therapy. She is the founder and director of the Camphill Village Ensemble in Copake, NY. Channa provides music therapy for children and adults in Massachusetts as part of Collaborative Therapies of the Pioneer Valley. She is a co-founder and member of the Board of the Lyre Association of North America.
White Barn Studios (View)
20 Dickinson St.
Amherst, MA 01002