Interested in experimenting with your voice? Enjoy the freedom of singing? Love singing in the shower, but never really dare to sing with other people? Enjoy being part of accretive community? Looking for some fun in a mid-week afternoon at CEU?
Come and join the workshop and enjoy the spontaneity of improvisation with a group of fellow singers. Tóth Árpád, the conductor of a 400-member community choir (Csíkszerda), will guide you through this shared creative process.
Participants will be playing various musical games and familiarising with choir improvisation.
Admission free, but registration is required. Please fill in the registration form until 18 February.
Improvisation, humour, a shared creative process and experimenting – these are the main characteristics of the conductor Árpád Tóth’s major achievement: Hungary's largest community choir, the now 400-member Csíkszerda. Besides conducting five sub-choirs and being the art director of the Night of Choirs’, Árpád is a music teacher at the Liszt Academy of Music, the Kodály Institute in Kecskemét and the Fine and Applied Arts Vocational High School in Budapest.