The Vowel Space: an Experiential Workshop
with Jeremy Sortore
Tuesday 7th September at 6-8pm (UK time)

This course will be recorded and sent out to all pre-registered participants to watch in their own time.
Due to licensing laws, we are unable to sell this course retrospectively.

Course Details

Participants will explore kinesthetic, movement-based tools for developing an embodied understanding of vocal tract shape, tongue movement and position in the production of vowel sounds across human language contexts.

About Jeremy Sortore

Jeremy Sortore, MM, MFA (he/him/his) has over two decades of experience offering collaborative instruction to actors and other performing artists who seek to connect to a sense of embodied artistry and communicate with others through movement, breath, and sound. As an educator/clinician with international teaching experience and a coach for Tony Award-winning regional theaters, Jeremy is focused on actor-centered processes that emphasize agency, consent, curiosity, and discovery.  Jeremy holds an MFA from the Moscow Art Theater, two degrees in classical singing from the University of Colorado, and a post-bacc in communication disorders and speech science. He is a member of the National Alliance of Acting Teachers, Associate Faculty with Theatrical Intimacy Education, an Associate Teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework® and Certified Teacher of Knight-Thompson Speechwork, on the board of directors of the Voice and Speech Trainers Association, and an Associate Editor of the Voice and Speech Review. Jeremy is currently based in the American West and is Head of BFA Performance and Assistant Professor of Voice and Movement at Utah Valley University. 

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