Online Workshop: Singing Body with Dohee Lee
This workshop pulls from Dohee Lee’s training and practice in Korean Shamanism and performative ritual by utilizing techniques that connect to voice, body, heartbeat and spirit.
Presented by Tamalpa Institute
Saturday, February 19
This workshop pulls from Dohee Lee’s training and practice in Korean Shamanism and performative ritual by utilizing techniques that connect to voice, body, heartbeat and spirit. How we tune our bodies through sound, movement and rhythm, guides us to navigate and delve deeper into our individual and collective roots, cultural heritages, natural environments and social consciousness.
Through Lee’s expansive range of vocal techniques, along with rhythms, we will explore sound to create a mystical and universal language. With the tools of breath and rhythm, we tune our body instrument and free our voices to activate sounds, songs and movement. This workshop expands participants’ expressive vocabularies of feelings, energies, memories and stories from the current time to the past ancestral time to merge together and create a new art practice.
No dance or art experience needed.
Dohee Lee, RSME
Born on Jeju Island in South Korea, Dohee Lee studied Korean dance, music, percussion and vocals at the master level in Korea, and is faculty at Tamalpa Institute. Since her arrival in the US she has been a vital contributor to both the traditional and contemporary arts landscape of the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. Doheelee.com
Saturday, February 19 | 10AM-1PM PST | ONLINE | $45
Registration deadline is Friday, February 18, 4:30PM