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SONG OF THE ANCIENTS: A Workshop for Vocal Empowerment and Embodiment with Peia (Livestream available)

  • The Ark 107 Green St. #G55 Brooklyn, NY 11222 USA (map)
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Each one of us is gifted with a uniquely beautiful voice. Open to the ancient sound within you guided by the wisdom and expertise of Archival Songstress Peia Luzzi.

Through an embodied practice, rooted in the breath you will learn:

• healthy body alignment for optimal sound production
• how to ground and harness the of power of the breath from your deep core
• how to tap into the natural resonance of your voice and create volume without pain or pressure

Working with tools from the ancient Indian alchemy of Raga we will enter a meditative practice know as "The Yoga of Sound." We gain deeper understanding of the physical inner-workings of the voice from Vocal Pedagogy and learn to sing with grace, power, flexibility and ease.

This workshop is beneficial for singers on all stages of the journey, from very beginner to advanced. The First part of this workshop will focus on vocal embodiment and cultivation tools, and the second part we'll be learning a song from one of the many lineages that Peia is carrying.

*Participants have the option to attend this workshop remotely via a live video stream. To attend online, select the "Online" option below.

Song of the Ancients: Voice Cultivation & Embodying the Songs of Our Ancestors with PEIA

Cost: $45 to attend in person / $30 to stream video online

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ABOUT PEIA

As a song preserver Peia has gathered songs from ancient traditions that span across the globe. From the mountains of Bulgaria to the shores of Ireland, touching upon the wisdom and trials of the Native peoples of North and South America and preserving the enchantment of medieval chant and Indian raga. She has traveled extensively to uncover melodies wrinkled and wise with time, laboring faithfully to revive their language, stories and original essence.

Peia studied Opera at the New England Conservatory of Music where she gained a deep understanding of the physical inner-workings of the voice following a vocal injury. She currently splits her time between touring and the lush, wild hills of Southern OR where she wildcrafts herbal remedies, sings with Wild Honey – an all women’s world music trio and teaches Song of the Ancients – voice cultivation and ancestral songline tracing. Fusing her knowledge of Vocal Pedagogy (The Science of the Voice) with the ancient meditative practice of Nada Yoga, she imparts upon her students the tools to harness the natural beauty and resonance of the voice. Visit Peia on the web at www.peiasong.com