Berklee India Exchange (BIX) Vocal Forum
Note: this clinic has passed.
New Delhi, India
August 11, 2018
The Berklee Tandon Global Clinics offer you the opportunity to experience Berklee-style classes closer to home. This one-day vocal-centric workshop focuses on choral and a cappella concepts, the basics of vocal anatomy and vocal health, and a discussion about music as a career.
The BIX Vocal Forum will be a one-day vocal-centric workshop.
The clinics will cover the following topics, among others:
Basics of vocal anatomy, technique, and vocal health
A cappella and choral concepts
A choral forum, for which local school, college, and community choirs are encouraged to register
A group discussion about music as a career and a related Q&A with Berklee clinicians
A certificate of participation will be presented only to the members of choirs that are shortlisted to present a song at the session.
Registration is closed.
While there is no upper age limit, you must be at least 10 years old by the start of the program. Although the program is designed for vocalists, musicians of all instruments and music enthusiasts are welcome. Please note that this workshop will not involve playing other instruments—everything will be done through voice and body.
Family, friends, and music teachers are all welcome to register for the session as it will also involve Q&A opportunities regarding music as a career.
This one-day workshop will be held in New Delhi on August 11, 2018. The exact location and event details will be sent to applicants who register by August 1, 2018.
Award-winning vocal ensemble Women of the World, plus a guest percussionist, will be conducting all workshops.
Having toured extensively in North America, Europe, and Asia, Women of the World performs music in 32 languages. Their latest album, Live, was deemed eligible for a Grammy nomination, and they were named 2017 International A Cappella champions and 2014 USA National A Cappella champions. All five musicians are graduates of Berklee College of Music and also serve as faculty either on our Boston campus or at various Berklee clinics around the world.
- Annette Philip B.M. '09, India: voice, piano
- Ayumi Ueda, Japan: voice, percussion
- Giorgia Renosto, Italy: voice, ukulele
- Débo Ray, U.S./Haiti: voice, percussion
- Patrick Simard, Canada: drums, percussion, voice
Program Management and Advisors
You are required to make your own housing arrangements.
Please note this is a one-day program.
Registration for this program is $20 USD. Payment will be due at the time that the application is submitted.
This event is open to all registrants until venue capacity is reached.
Late applicants (after August 1) may not be guaranteed attendance but will be put on a waitlist.
For more information, please contact:Office of Global Initiatives Berklee College of Music 1140 Boylston Street, MS-855 GI Boston, MA 02215-3693 U.S.A. Telephone: +1 617-747-2700 or, toll-free, +1 877-BERKLEE (U.S. and Canada) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org