Body mapping is the conscious correcting of one’s body map to produce efficient, coordinated and effective movement that allows musicians to play and sing with greater facility while remaining free from injury. Music educators can use the principles of body mapping to guide their students into accurate and efficient movements. This session will introduce music educators of all levels to the basics of body mapping and provide time for teachers to explore their own body maps and discuss practical applications of this information in their own classrooms.
Date: June 14 – 15, 2017 – 9:00 am to 4:30 pm each day
Location: Wisconsin Center for Music Education
Dr. Rachel Ware Carlton, Assistant Professor of Voice and Director of Graduate and Undergraduate Music at Silver Lake College, is an award winning soprano who has performed on the operatic and concert stage. She received her Doctor of Musical Arts and Master of Musical Arts degrees from the University of Minnesota and her Bachelor of Arts degree in music from Luther College. Dr. Ware Carlton has taught vocalists at the collegiate, secondary, and elementary levels. Her articles on vocal pedagogy, private studio management, and other topics have appeared in national publications.
Dr. Ware Carlton is a licensed Andover Educator and teaches the course “What Every Musician Needs to Know About the Body.” She is available for workshops and lessons in body mapping for both vocalists and instrumentalists.
- Pre-registration (register by 6/9/17)
- Member* $130
- Non-Member $145
- Undergraduate $25
Graduate Credit Information
Participants who attend this workshop have the opportunity to earn one graduate credit for an additional fee of $220. This is a separate registration and fee from the workshop registration. Please download a copy of the Viterbo registration form and mail it with a check for $220 (payable to Viterbo University) to:
Wisconsin Center for Music Education
1005 Quinn Drive
Waunakee, WI 53597
- View Course Syllabus (pdf)
- Viterbo Registration Form (pdf)
- Visit the Graduate Credit Information page for more details and to sign-up for credit.
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800-589-9762, 608-850-3566 (Madison area)