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2023 KFF Performance Workshop

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with Crow Johnson Evans & Rebecca Folsom

Tuesday & Wednesday, June 6 - 7, 2023 

10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Threadgill Theater

Tuition w/o Festival Admission: $200     after 3/31/23: $250

Tuition + Festival Tickets: $250            after 3/31/20: $300

(must have festival admission for workshop days in order to register for workshop)

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​   You’ve worked to write the best song on the planet.  Getting your magic heard and appreciated takes some performance skills that you can learn in this two-day workshop. Rebecca Folsom and Crow Johnson Evans will give you useful tips for your performances on stages or at campfires.
   

In this practical, fun, and experiential workshop you will learn to:

1.  Increase confidence and ease while offering your authentic talents.
2.  Make key adjustments to body posture, vocal technique, and the physical space around you to take your performance to the next level
3.  Shift the energy of fear into the energy of creative flow
4.  Deliver your message with clarity

5.  Explore the potent space between performer and listener and CONNECT with your audience
6.  Create stability and agility within to gracefully perform at campfires, concert halls, and everything in between.
7.  Relax and have fun!

In this experiential class you will have the opportunity to try these tips and tools, and if you choose to perform live for the group.

This course will be co-facilitated by award-winning and nationally touring artists Crow Johnson Evans and Rebecca Folsom.

"Spirit of Kerrville and Kate Wolf Memorial Award recipient, Crow Johnson Evans brings the skills of decades of songwriting, performing, and mentoring to the ranch. Her first of a dozen appearances on Kerrville's main stage was in 1980.  Fifty-six of her songs are recorded either by Crow or other artists, like Mary MacGregor, Michael Johnson, Clare Lynch, and Cary Creed.  She believes each person has a valid and unique artist's voice and she loves helping them come to own it. "

A multiple mainstage performer at Kerrville, Rebecca has been a nationally touring artist for over 30 years playing shows from small living rooms to Red Rocks Amphitheater, BBC television and radio, World Cafe, Falcon Ridge Festival, Rocky Mtn Folks Festival, the Bluebird Cafe, and Opryland. KUNC radio describes Rebecca's performances as ...effortlessly taking you from tender ballads to knock-you-to-your-knees blues." Westword Magazine says, " Her songs hit like little earthquakes." She has been facilitating Vocal Freedom and Creative Mastery Workshops for 30 years.  Rebecca says, "One of my favorite things to do in life is  help people liberate their voices and shine!"

 

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