Take the opportunity to discover your own voice with Annabelle Plum, a devoted experimental singer, as your guide on this journey. She produces her own music, teaches her students either in the form of workshops or private lessons, and has taught an “extended voice techniques” course at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (DAMU) between 2013 and 2015.
“I got to experimental voice through my theatre science studies. I focused on jazz singing, choir and even a little bit of musical. It’s not surprising, that with this range, even my students have different goals and are coming to me from different fields. Some are looking for a better stage voice, others for an easier way of singing by the bonfire. Therefore, I always adapt my classes to my students and try to help them to get to know their voice and develop it. We are developing our voices together, I am also discovering my own voice again and again, even after many years of experience.”
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Annabelle Plum is a singer and a vocal performer. She uses her more than three-octave vocal range in contemporary music, improvisation, and jazz.
Plum studied Theatre Arts at Brown University (USA) and Performance Design and Practice at Central St Martin’s (UK). She studied extended vocal techniques pioneered by Roy Hart as a personal student of Jonathan Hart Makwaia in France and USA. She has been living in Prague since 2009, where she creates her own work and teaches experimental vocal techniques. From 2013 to 2015, she taught a course as a guest lecturer at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (DAMU). Plum is one of the founders of Topos Kolektiv.
Topos Kolektiv (site-specific performance)
Quarter to Three (quarter-tone improvised music)
Annabelle Plum a Žaneta Vítová (voice & accordeon)
Pan Theater (Paris)
Wooster Group (New York)
Richard Foreman’s Ontological Theatre (New York)