Workshops at Malérargues
Workshops Outside Malérargues
The Roy Hart International Arts Centre (CAIRH) offers possibilities for deepening the practice and philosophy of vocal expression inherited from Alfred Wolfsohn and Roy Hart.
There is no single, prescribed curriculum, and each teacher offers a view of the work built through his or her own experience. The primary source and common heritage comes from many decades of experiential research into the human voice and its connection to the individual.
There are multiple avenues for those who have already had significant experience with the voice work and who seek to go further. Access to in-depth training groups is made by selection and each one offers an attestation of completion of their particular training.
(An annex document with specific details will soon be available on demand from the CAIRH office).
APPRENTICESHIP TOWARDS TEACHING
After extensive work in one or more of these training groups, or through individualized work, a person may request to be nominated by a senior teacher of the CAIRH to embark on an apprenticeship process leading towards becoming a teacher of the work recognized officially by the CAIRH. Agreement to begin the apprenticeship must be supported by at least two other recognized CAIRH teachers and must include the nomination of at least one senior CAIRH teacher as a mentor.
The length and content of the apprenticeship can include various avenues of study and is defined by the mentor’s evaluation of the individual needs of the student.
A mentorship fee is established by the CAIRH.
The student may begin to teach in the name of the CAIRH upon recommendation by the mentor, with the endorsement of at least four other recognized CAIRH teachers.
(For specific details see the annex document which will soon be available from the CAIRH office)