Workshop-Conference: Singing for Health & Joy!
Friday, February 7, 2014 at 7:30 PM - Saturday, February 8, 2014 at 8:30 AM (PST)
(All Conference Tickets SOLD AT THE DOOR, Cash or Check Only, No Limit)
Singing for Health & Joy with Christiaan Boele
This workshop-conference will cover the fundamental principles of Werbeck singing and put into practice exercises to deepen the experience of singing that brings healing and renewal to the voice for both beginners and experienced Werbeck singers; it's very inspiring and transformative for teachers too!
Christiaan Boele currently conducts various master classes, courses, & schooling of the voice sessions in various countries. Students from over ten countries travel to study with him privately, in group coursework,or through various voice schooling sessions.
February 7 - 8, 2014
Friday evening from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Saturday from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm
**Please note the Location of this event is at the SF Waldorf High School at 470 West Portal Ave, near the corner of Juniperro Serra & Sloat Blvd.
Parking available on-site; MUNI stop adjacent (K & M lines) check 511.org for MUNI details
Price Both Days: General $60; Students with ID / Senior / Alumni: $45
*Special Friday Only: General $25; Students with ID / Senior / Alumni: $15
Cash or Check only at the Door
When & Where
San Francisco Waldorf Teacher Education Program of Rudolf Steiner College
The San Francisco Waldorf Teacher Education Program is a three-year and three-summer part-time training specifically designed for those living and working in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Emphasis is placed upon awakening the faculties of the teacher and developing his/her creativity in preparation for becoming a certified Waldorf teacher. Through your education you will learn to transform yourself, and through this transformation new meaning and perspective will be brought to your life.
Classes meet at the San Francisco Waldorf School on Friday evenings and Saturday mornings during the academic year, and for three intensive weeks at the Fair Oaks campus each summer for three summers.