Wed, 01 Sep | CET Studio

Vocal Theatre (Adults)

If you are a singer with choral experience who is looking for a new challenge, VOCAL THEATRE is for you! You will have the opportunity to learn, rehearse, and perform pieces of a choral nature set to movement and basic theatre technique. You will work on vocal technique, posture & harmony.
Vocal Theatre (Adults)

Time & Location

01 Sep, 11:00 – 15 Dec, 12:30
CET Studio, Pfingstweidstrasse 101, 8005 Zürich, Switzerland

Info

Instructor: Elizabeth Lenzen

Wednesdays

11:00 - 12:30

September - 1, 8, 22, 29

October - 6, 27

November - 3, 10, 17, 24,

December -1, 8, 15

Cost: 525 CHF

If you are a singer with choral experience who is looking for a new challenge, VOCAL THEATRE is for you! You will have the opportunity to learn, rehearse, and perform pieces of a choral nature set to movement and basic theatre technique. You will work on vocal technique, posture, harmony, and confidence! Repertoire will be set according to the singers in the ensemble. Good choral music score reading required. Experience having sung in choirs or ensembles is a benefit. Rehearsals will be conducted in English, however the instructor also speaks German and French.

Elizabeth Lenzen Biography 

Singing and ensembles have always been a part of Elizabeth’s life. Ever since she can remember, she has sung in an ensemble. The beauty, purity, and honesty of singing is a strong force that has consistently penetrated her soul. She knew that her life would always revolve around music and the voice in some way. She loves to create new and exciting programs, projects, and collaborations that intertwine different artistic ideas. She has worked with many ensembles, such as the Coro Giovanile Italiano, the Groupe Vocal de France, Ars Nova Copenhagen, the Chamber Choir of Europe, the Ruse State Opera Orchestra, the Academic Symphony Orchestra Sofia, the United States of America Air Force Band of Liberty, and the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. She has been artistic director of the Jugendstimmen Zürich youth women’s ensemble, runs the project-based Schwung Vokalensemble, and has collaborated with the Theatre Arts Collective. Elizabeth holds a Master of Music (Conducting) from the University of Toronto as well as a post-graduate Certificate of Advanced Studies (Orchestral Conducting) from the Zürcher Hochschule der Künste. She is a passionate musician and educator, and is also a YouTube content creator with her sister Caroline, both creating: Lifestyle by Liz and Caro.