“Life is an Improv, so why not get good at it?”
We improvise daily without even knowing it. Nearly every conversation we have is unscripted conversation, but when we are asked to improvise we suddenly freeze with fear, or go blank. Add singing into the mix and ‘double fear, freezing and blankness’ takes over. Martina ‘s Vocal Improv Events and Team Building Workshops can help move participants through fear, and help foster trust, teamwork, communication, confidence, and improve overall group/choir/company culture.
“Singing has been an essential human trait for tens of thousands of years. It was traditionally a community building exercise that everyone participated in.” Daniel Levitin
Learning to sing together boosts listening skills, collaboration, brainstorming skills, self-confidence, presentation skills, and creative problem solving. It encourages innovation, creative thinking, letting go of judgements, support for others ideas, and out of the box thinking. Lastly, it reduces stress, elevates moods, all while creating a feeling of unity, belonging, and connection that otherwise in today’s world is challenging.
“The act of listening when singing in groups causes participants' brain responses to synchronize with one another. Daniel Levitin
Martina Griffiths has been studying, teaching and performing Vocal Improv for over 20 years. Her vocal improvisational teachers include Rhiannon, Joey Blake, David Worm, to name a few. She has a Music Diploma with a major in Jazz Vocals and is a professional contemporary vocalist.