Bob's Corner Wednesday – with Special Guest Michael Mah
Special guest: Michael Mah.
Secretary-Treasurer for the Council of Alexander Technique Canada, Michael Mah, passionate teacher and musician, will take the stage tonight to share is vision of “Beyond survival: regaining control over the future of the Alexander Technique”. He is hoping to “inspire the opening of communication between AT communities and the establishment of a network of knowledge and expertise required to move our educational work forward”.
→ Michael’s Profile
When in Germany…learn some German!
A few minutes every day with professional actress, fabulous reading voice and brilliant teacher Andrea Julia Roháč, to have fun, try your throat on some new sounds and master easily some useful words in German. Learn how your favourite AT terms translate and sound in German.
→ Andrea’s Profile
Every evening, Robert Britton will host a 20- to 30-minute plenary session, in which he is going to…
- Provide attendees with the latest updates on the program, cover housekeeping issues and administrative information.
- Share a funny/amazing fact about the day
- Invite participants to have fun with the German language, a segment led by Andrea Julia Roháč
- Introduce a special guest to present a short impulse segment
About Robert Britton
Robert Britton had his first lessons in the Alexander Technique with Frank Ottiwell in 1974.
He began training to be an Alexander Technique Teacher with Frank Ottiwell and Giora Pinkas in 1975 at the American Center for the Alexander Technique – San Francisco, and graduated in 1978. In addition to his private practice in San Francisco, he has been a professor of the Alexander Technique at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music since 1984.
He has helped train Alexander Technique Teachers since 1989. He regularly teaches at Alexander Technique teacher training schools in Berlin and Hamburg.
He served as chairman of the American Society for the Alexander Technique from 1997 to 1999, and he also was a long-time faculty member of the Bay Area Summer Opera Training Institute. Bob was one of the directors of the 2011 9th International Congress of the Alexander Technique in Lugano Switzerland, and continues to serve on the Board of the Alexander Technique Congress Association.
He was awarded the George S. Sarlo award for Excellence in Teaching in Colleges and Universities in Northern California in 2012, and served as the Department Chairman of “The Complete Musician” Department at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.
See also: Robert Britton – Presenter Detail Page
Wednesday, 24 August 2022
20:00 h - 20:30 h