Themes: Dr. Mike Grenfell
Repertoire, Applied Calisthenics: Marian Hafenstein
Repertoire, Rhythm Exercises: Horacio Pozzo
Alexander Technique: George Porter
Directed by Hernán Nuñez & Horacio Pozzo
This seven week At-A-Distance Course is recommended for experienced Crafties as well as those recently introduced to this work, who wish to prepare for the GC Courses & Projects planned for 2016, as well as simply stay connected and work with others in an environment that supports their Personal Practice.
The central theme for this Course is ‘Deepening Our Practice’. This is a point of focus chosen to meet the needs of experienced Crafties worldwide at this particular moment in time, but it also offers a point of entry for Beginners into work with Quality.
An act of quality carries intention, commitment and presence, and is never accidental.
Further repertoire pieces planned for upcoming Performance Projects will also be introduced, among them several pieces planned for performance at the SOCG – II Project next October in Cordoba, Argentina.
Our work together will also be supported by Themes Work, presented by Dr Mike Grenfell. Themes are a way to connect the guitar work with our everyday lives, and this is open to all participants on the Course.
George informs about his AT Presentations:
“A key aspect of the Alexander Technique is learning to think in activity. We will explore this in the activity of playing guitar by asking ourselves a central question ‘what needs to happen?’ and using visualization to refine our playing skills.”
A requirement for participation is having attended at least one Guitar Craft and/or Guitar Circle Course and having taken the principles presented seriously.
In order to participate, an Application Letter is requested:
Who are you? (please list all GC Courses that you have attended)
Why do you wish to participate?
What is your Aim?
Contribution: EUR 420
Argentina: P$ 990
Special terms and discounts are available for those who need them.