ILV Melbourne - Autumn 04

11 - 22 October 2004

The institute for living voice is

... an INTERNATIONAL CENTRE offering workshops, concerts, discussions and special events focused on singing.
... open to anyone who is interested in the vocal arts and the human voice.
... an "EXPLORATORY”, NOT A CONSERVATORY.
... a HOME for the exploration of the human voice in all its manifestations: classical, opera, jazz, experimental, alternative rock, new pop, world music, folk, traditional, blues, sacred and profane.
... workshops, concerts, round table discussions, forums.
... a place to mix, measure and share the lively variety of contemporary vocal music.
... a MEETING PLACE. At the ILV, master-singers and students from around the world meet, sing together, exchange ideas about the human voice, hear each other"s voices in concert, have meals together and plan projects for the future.
... a “NOMAD” INSTITUTE. Each session discovers the pleasures of a new city: Gent, Bruges, Antwerp, Amsterdam, Melbourne, Berlin, Marseilles ...
... ONGOING COLLABORATIONS with international art institutions and Festivals: Kunstencentrum Vooruit, Gent - Kong Workshop Centre, Gent – Brugge, Cultural Capital 2002 – Cultuurcentrum Brugge – Concertgebouw Brugge – Holland Festival, Amsterdam – Fabrica, Italy – Montevideo, Marseilles – deSingel, Antwerp.

THE FIVE PREVIOUS SESSIONS of the ILV have featured Cheryl Barker, Greetje Bijma, Jaap Blonk, Han Buhrs, Amelia Cuni, Catherine Delasalle, Viviane De Muynck, Omar Ebrahim, Diamanda Galas, Heiner Goebbels, Nona Hendryx, Wim Henderickx, Hilliard Ensemble, Catherine Jauniaux, Ronald Klekamp, Joan La Barbara, Lydia Lunch, Mahotella Queens, Koichi Makigami, Valérie Marestin, Phil Minton, Meredith Monk, David Moss, Sainkho Namtchylak, Miriam Palma, Gidon Saks, Susannah Self, Ustad G.H. Shagan, STEIM, Tran Quan Hai, Vocaal Laboratorium.

Institute for Living Voice is a project of Muziektheater Transparant, co-founded by Muziektheater Transparant and David Moss.

The sixth edition of Institute for Living Voice will take place in Melbourne and is a co-production of Transparant, Melbourne International Arts Festival and Chamber Made Opera.