Registration & Payment deadline: 28th April.
- 8:30-10:30 REGISTRATION / COFFEE & TEA
- 9:00-10:15 AGM (members only)
- 10:30-1:00 MORNING SESSIONS
- 1:00-1:45 LUNCH (sandwiches & salad provided)
- 1:45-2:30 AFTERNOON SESSION
- 2:30-4:45 MASTERCLASS
- 4:45-5:00 CLOSING
The Annual General Meeting (for members only) will take place from 9:00-10:15 in Room 330. If you are unable to attend the AGM, please send a proxy vote (stating: “I [insert name], vote by proxy.”) to our incoming secretary, Renée Salewski.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY
THE INTEGRATED SINGER: Exploring the Essential Connections Between Mind, Body, and Voice
In interactive morning and afternoon sessions, Peter will discuss Alexander Technique, how it applies to singers, and how to use it in our studios to empower our students to sing with -wait for it- TOTAL VOCAL FREEDOM!
In the afternoon, Peter will work one-on-one with singers in a masterclass setting.
Peter Jacobson is founder and executive director of Total Vocal Freedom, which empowers singers to be totally free their vocal expression. He is an AmSAT-certified (American Society of the Alexander Technique) teacher of the Alexander Technique. He is a graduate of Alexander Technique Mid-Atlantic, where he trained with Nancy Romita and Wendy Salkind. Jacobson began his teacher training at Alexander Technique Urbana, where he studied from Rose Bronec and Rick Carbaugh. His training took place over three years (1600 hours). A singer, multi-instrumentalist, conductor and music educator, he discovered the Alexander Technique over 13 years ago after suffering from back pain and tendonitis while pursuing his music studies.
In addition to his private teaching, Jacobson has taught AT workshops and group classes to musicians at Peabody Conservatory (Baltimore, MD), Towson University (Towson, MD), Gettysburg College (Gettysburg, PA) and the Orchestra Institute of Napa Valley (Yountville, CA). Concurrent with his Alexander Technique teacher training, Jacobson has earned advanced degrees in Conducting from University of Illinois and Peabody Conservatory.
$25 – students | SNATS members
$60 – members
$85 – non members
$30 – masterclass only
- Registration deadline: 28 April
- Adult students of current NATS ON Members may pay the member fee ($60) to attend; just note the name of their NATS ON teacher with their payment