Overtone singing and Tuvan Throatsinging is actually much simpler to begin practicing and doing than most people believe, and in the span of this workshop, you will be able to start doing this yourself and then continue practicing on your own.
The two styles which will be covered are how to produce high overtones (also known as harmonics) by singing a drone and then isolating an overtone or overtones. This style is sometimes referred to as polyphonic, multi-pitch, or two-tone singing. In Tuva and Siberia, it is most akin to what they call Sygyt.
The other style will be deep chest or body throatsinging. This style sounds a lot like certain kinds of Tibetan chants, employing similar vocal cords. In Tuva and other parts of Siberia, it is usually referred to as Khargyraa
This workshop will have two ticket tiers. one for people who would like to have Emile listen to what they are doing and receive feedback during the workshop for their throatsinging or overtone singing, and one for people who would like to listen to Emile’s descriptions and demonstrations, and hear other people receive feedback.
Emile has been teaching and performing overtone singing and Tuvan throatsinging for 8 years. As well as sharing overtone singing he also teaches voice empowerment through connecting to your own unique sound. Emile shared sound healing meditations in the San Francisco Bay Area for 5 years and currently lives in Maui, Hawaii.
There will be a maximum of 15 spots for people who would like to receive feedback within the workshop. Spectators can also submit written questions before or during the workshop.