B'luru: Konkani Samaudai conducts 'Vocal Touch' voice workshop


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Bengaluru, Nov 8: Konkani Samudai, Jayanagar, here held 'Vocal Touch', a one day voice workshop at Catholic Club on November 6. The workshop was enthusiastically attended by 52 participants of various age groups from all over the city. Conducted ably by the specialist vocal coach of Melodia Voice Studio, Dubai, Jossie Moras, who flew in solely for this purpose along with Dr Evelet Sequeira a sound therapist.







































The aim of the workshop was to train budding singers through practical exercises. It began with a prayer.  President of Konkani Samudai, Anitha Gomes, welcomed the gathering.

During the workshop, Jossie Moras taught children the correct posture and breathing technique required for singing. He also taught them different exercises to improve their tone and diction, together with warm-up exercises for the vocal chords and mouth muscles. Participants enjoyed the programme and wanted to spend more time learning from the master.

Dr Evelet Sequeira in her 45 minutes session explained the  beauty of the human voice in healing in the following equation: Frequency Intention = Healing. Sound waves come in different frequencies and each frequency corresponds to a particular emotion or organ. When the frequency coupled with intention is used for transformation, then Healing takes place.

Certificates were distributed to all the participants. The  workshop ended with a vote of thanks from Noel Fernandes, the secretary of Konkani Samaudai.

  

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