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A talk about the film 'Oh, it Hertz!"
"Oh, it Hertz" will get together two big fans of a sound - the main character of the film, the American musical talent Laurie Amat and the Belarusian singer Rusia. Both heroines are exploring the possibilities of voice and considering it as a powerful tool for expressing our emotions. They will talk about the importance of being able to listen and to hear.

Marina (Rusya) Shukiurava is a Belarusian folk singer, vocal therapist, voice actress, and creator of a voice training app. She runs a YouTube channel entitled "Vocal Image". Her education includes degrees in teaching, linguistics, and translation (Belarus), sociology (Lithuania), sexology (Ukraine), vocal music therapy (Germany). She currently works in Belarusian culture and vocal therapy.

Laurie Amat is an acclaimed vocalist, improvisational performer, experimental composer, and teacher. Her approach to singing is informed by broad experience including pop, rock, traditional and inventive opera, spoken word, video, dance, theater, and performance art. Ms. Amat’s talent for inspiring upcoming vocalists and other artists stems from her focus on the power of the voice as an instrument to convey a pure expression of direct human emotions and story through technique, raw talent, and experimentation. Her recording and performance techniques have expanded to use electronic devices as sound-altering instruments. Ms. Amat’s European performances have included her five-country concert and lecture tour including multiple performances in Prague’s Alternativa Festival, Club Echschloraque in Berlin, and Dal Verme with the Basque Cultural Society in Rome, and collaborative recording in Stockholm with Boysen. In Prague, she also conducted her voice workshop “Listen to the Silence” and lecture workshops at the Anglo American University and Charles University ECES. Ms. Amat has sung everywhere from small salons, alternative performance spaces, clubs, and underground pubs to galleries, cathedrals, castles, movie palaces, bunkers, tunnels, and symphony halls. As a composer, she has created music for film, dance, and multimedia works.
Laurie Amat
Laurie Amat
Vocalist, improvisational performer, experimental composer and teacher (USA)
Rusia (Maryna Shukiurava)
Rusia (Maryna Shukiurava)
Belarusian folk singer, vocal therapist, voice actress (Ukraine, Belarus)

20 / 09 / 21

20:00

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Laurie Amat
Laurie Amat
Speaker
Rusia (Maryna Shukiurava)
Rusia (Maryna Shukiurava)
Speaker
"Oh, it Hertz" will get together two big fans of a sound - the main character of the film, the American musical talent Laurie Amat and the Belarusian singer Rusia. Both heroines are exploring the possibilities of voice and considering it as a powerful tool for expressing our emotions. They will talk about the importance of being able to listen and to hear.

Marina (Rusya) Shukiurava is a Belarusian folk singer, vocal therapist, voice actress, and creator of a voice training app. She runs a YouTube channel entitled "Vocal Image". Her education includes degrees in teaching, linguistics, and translation (Belarus), sociology (Lithuania), sexology (Ukraine), vocal music therapy (Germany). She currently works in Belarusian culture and vocal therapy.

Laurie Amat is an acclaimed vocalist, improvisational performer, experimental composer, and teacher. Her approach to singing is informed by broad experience including pop, rock, traditional and inventive opera, spoken word, video, dance, theater, and performance art. Ms. Amat’s talent for inspiring upcoming vocalists and other artists stems from her focus on the power of the voice as an instrument to convey a pure expression of direct human emotions and story through technique, raw talent, and experimentation. Her recording and performance techniques have expanded to use electronic devices as sound-altering instruments. Ms. Amat’s European performances have included her five-country concert and lecture tour including multiple performances in Prague’s Alternativa Festival, Club Echschloraque in Berlin, and Dal Verme with the Basque Cultural Society in Rome, and collaborative recording in Stockholm with Boysen. In Prague, she also conducted her voice workshop “Listen to the Silence” and lecture workshops at the Anglo American University and Charles University ECES. Ms. Amat has sung everywhere from small salons, alternative performance spaces, clubs, and underground pubs to galleries, cathedrals, castles, movie palaces, bunkers, tunnels, and symphony halls. As a composer, she has created music for film, dance, and multimedia works.