Sounding, Moving Body

Sounding, Moving Body

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Embodiment, rhythm & voice workshops facilitated by six remarkable artists from NYC, Montreal, Toronto and London (UK)

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A series of workshops that explore the body-voice connection through movement, theater, voice and rhythm, facilitated by six remarkable artists.

Join us this fall on select Mondays, to expand your creative toolbox and grow your connection to rhythm, movement and your voice.

The workshops are accessible via Zoom to ALL human bodies. We accomodate and support people's limitations and disabilities.


1-3pm EST on Mondays

BONUS CLASS if you sign up before August 15th: The Anatomy of a Voice Practice - Katie Bull

September 19th: Theater Gym - Tal Jakubowiczova

September 26th: Voice & Movement - Dancer-Musician Susanna Hood

October 10th: Movement Practice - Choreographer Aria Evans

October 17th: Embody Rhythmic Approaches - Musician Sofía Rei

October 24th: Halloween Special - Dancer-Musician Akim Funk Buddha



EARLY BIRD BONUS CLASS: The underlying principal of Katie Bull's Anatomy of a Vocal Practice is that we want to gain higher levels of functionally integrated performance and to undo what Feldenkrais once called “parasitic” habits; in this way we actualize our fully expressive range and healthy ease in vibrant singing.

Through Tal Jakubowiczova's UK based company, Theatre Gym, she provides acting courses for adults who are interested in exploring their creativity through playing and acting. In this session, you will get to work with the other group members, using your imagination, creating and performing together. It is a safe and supportive space and no acting experience is needed. Only your willingness to play, create and be silly together.

Susanna Hood's approach is influenced by a mix of methods (including Open Source Forms, Emotionally Integrated Voice, Continuum Movement and Action Theatre.) We will warm and nurture support through our full physical self– flesh, bones and guts; voice; emotion and imagination – attuning to ourselves by diving into sensation, bringing awareness to and letting go of unnecessary tensions so as to access greater freedom and play.

In Aria's workshop, Movement practices, we will use imaginative ways to generate movement that connects us to our identity and environment.

Musician Sofia Rei will introduce ways in which we can embody rhythmic approaches as musicians. Check out her video below to see how she does it!

Akim Funk Buddha is a multi-cultural dancer, vocalist, fashion designer and hip-hop artist. He will take us on a Halloween inspired sounding and movment adventure to close this exploratory, playful series.



KATIE BULL is a jazz vocalist/composer/bandleader and vocal production coach. Over the decades, she has evolved an interdisciplinary approach to “braiding” ones’ own individualized vocal warm up.

TAL JAKUBOWICZOVA is a theatre performer, director and teacher. She teaches adults (professional performers as well as complete beginners) and loves seeing ideas come to life and people find their strengths and talents and build on them.

SUSANNA HOOD is a Tiohtià:ke/ Montreal-based dance artist, musician and educator. She has devoted her career to synthesizing voice and movement within her dynamic practice.

ARIA EVANS (they/she/he) is an award winning, queer Toronto-based interdisciplinary artist working in dance theatre; creation, performance and film.Advocating for inclusion and the representation of diversity, Aria uses their artistic practice to question the ways we can coexist together.

SOFIA REI - Folklore and futurism, graceful elegance and raw passion, virtuosic precision and spontaneous exploration – all merge together in the music of Grammy nominated vocalist, songwriter and producer Sofia Rei. She is currently a professor at NYU’s CliveDavis Institute of Recorded Music.

Urban-legendary Hip Hop performer, dancer, and teacher AKIM FUNK BUDDHA is a multi-faceted performance artist with talents ranging from high-energy Classic Hip Hop rhymes, beat-boxing and Mongolian throat-singing, to body-balancing, martial arts, tap dance, and circus arts. Akim is an advocate for alternative methods in learning.


About Orchard of Pomegranates

“The communal spirit of Ayelet Rose Gottlieb’s 13 Lunar Meditations: Summoning The Witches feels like a gift.” said Downbeat magazine about Jerusalem-born, Montreal based Gottlieb’s most recent vinyl release. Gottlieb is a musician, multidisciplinary visionary and a mother. Collaborator of such cutting edge artists as composer John Zorn, contemporary string quartet ETHEL and Palestinian poet Naomi Shihab Nye, Ayelet takes her experience as an artist to enrich, support and grow the artistry of other creatives.

She holds this space via Orchard of Pomegranates (founded in 2018.) Orchard supports creatives in deepening their connection with their "voice" (both literal and metaphorical.)It is a playful, exploratory and feminist space, where you can feel safe to expand the edges of your artistic practice. Through the Orchard's Patreon, you can gain access to one-on-one sessions with Ayelet as well as evocative online and in-person workshops and gatherings. We explore movement, improvisation, dream-work, jazz, and activism-through-art-and-sound-making. We hold an ongoing DreamWeave and receive recordings of Sensory Sonic meditations by Ayelet, inspired by the Deep Listening practices of composer Pauline Oliveros. The Orchard’s partners and facilitators are predominantly women, people of colour, LGBTQ+, and mothers.

To learn more about Ayelet & Orchard of Pomegranates:



On April 21st through May 31st, 2022 Orchard of Pomegranates and Ayelet were Virtual Artists in Residence at IONE's 27th Annual Dream Festival on Facebook. See our offerings here:

Looking forward to meeting you at this special series of workshops!

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