Mobarak UNIMA holds a workshop on Voice and Vocal Training



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Mobarak UNIMA Holds the Following Workshop

SKRUK, a well-known choir in Norway, is going to hold a workshop on Speech, Voice and Vocal Training on May 16th in Roodaki Hall; for MobarakUNIMA members.
According to the overview of the workshop, only Vahdat Hall Choir and Mobarak UNIMA members can attend this event which is organized by Mobarak UNIMA, Music Department and Dramatic Art Center of Ministry of Culture.
The aim is developing the ability of voice and speech techniques and musical minds of Iranian puppeteers.

SKRUK
SKRUK is, with its characteristic sound and repertoire, recognized as one of the leading choirs in Norway. During the past 30 years its members have toured Norway regurarly, giving concerts in hundreds of churches throughout the country, and performed at Norway’s most important music festivals. The choir has frequently appeared on national TV , and its recordings are regularly played on Norwegian radio stations. SKRUK has also been on tours in Sweden, USA, Ecuador and Azerbaijan. The 48 members come from different parts of Norway; however, most of them are connected to the Sunnmøre, a region which is situated on the west coast.
SKRUK is well known for its many cultural exchange projects, and is constantly taking on new and exciting challenges. So far, their 21 albums have been released on several continents which, this year lead to SKRUK receiving the Bektas Özen folk music award in Turkey for their record “Landet vi kommer fra”.
The Director Per Oddvar Hildre is often referred to as “a choir magician”. Since 1980 he has been working as a full time choir conductor, continuously inspiring choirs and conductors in Scandinavia through seminars and master classes.