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Yes, You Too Can Sing! A celebration of singing and chanting

Teacher: Sally Bosch and François Möller
Cost: 2 days’ accommodation + R350 surcharge
Dates: Friday 29 March 2019 - Sunday 31 March 2019

sally boschfrancois mollerJoin us for a joyous celebration of chanting and enjoy the wonder of your singing voice. François and Sally will help you uncover your natural voice and lift it to new heights of expression and beauty. By combining correct breathing techniques with chanting and stillness, and discovering the origin of speech, your 'body-mind' and voice will be refined. We will focus on sacred chanting, incantations and mantras which form an integral part of most religions, including Buddhism. The healing power and expressive nature of singing appeals to and affects every aspect of our being, including our intellect and emotions. Such harmonious sound opens the heart to joy and can be transforming. By Sunday, the Ixopo hills will truly be alive with the sound of chanting. Daily sessions of chi kung and meditation will take your experience even deeper.

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Sally Bosch's studies in comparative religion brought her to a point where she put her past behind her and joined the BRC as a volunteer, and immersed herself fully in the Buddhist experience for half a year. The Centre has provided her with much of her inspiration to write her poetry and short stories.

François Möller obtained a B.Mus. degree from Wits University in 1995, majoring in voice and composition. During his student years he sang leading roles in many productions and after graduating was a soloist for PACT Opera. In 1998 he left for Germany to take up a position as soloist at the Lüneburg State Theatre. On his return to South Africa, he was a finalist in the Opera Queensland YA Singing Competition, and changed focus from opera to light music, focussing on jazz. He is currently teaching voice at Wits University and other institutions. He recorded a CD in 2007 which includes some jazz standards as well as his own compositions.