[Dhsbb-jazz] Alexander Technique Lecture in Class Friday

Horn, John A john.a.horn at intel.com
Tue Mar 29 23:33:07 PDT 2011


Hello All DHS Band Students and Families,
A quick reminder that this Friday in band class the students will be having a lecture on the Alexander Technique.  Bruce Oliver is a very talented lecturer and a miracle worker when it comes to healing musicians and teaching how to play at our top level without injury.  It should make for a wonderful lecture!
This event is jointly sponsored by DHS Band Boosters and DSOMO for all DHS instrumental musicians.
We hope you gain some thoughtful insight into keeping yourself healthy while playing.
Cheers,
~JAH

John Horn
DHS Band Booster President



BRUCE OLIVER, Certified Teacher of the Alexander Technique will be offering classes for musicians to develop a superior use of themselves in order to:


 Greatly Improve Presence and Tone
 Resolve Issues of Tension & Nerves
 Free the Voice
 Improve and Increase Breathing
 Improve Hand & Arm Coordination
 Stop Pain
 Improve Learning and Personal Poise

“The results of his Alexander Technique lessons are often remarkable. The improvement in all aspects of playing including tone quality, rhythmic precision and musicality can be dramatic.”   - ESA-PEKKA SALONEN, Music Director, Los Angeles Philharmonic

Since 1987, Bruce has lectured and taught Alexander Technique in medical clinics, businesses and universities  including UC Davis Medical Center Pain Clinic, UC Davis Music Department, Sac State Music Department, Chico State Music Department, Pacific Conservatory of Music, Modesto Junior College Department of Music, Pacific Gas & Electric, California EPA, and California DMV, to name a few.
Bruce has worked with musicians to maximize freedom in there bodies and minds leading to peak performance and avoiding injuries.

• Co-Director of the Pacific Institute for the Alexander Technique
• Co-author of  Working Without Pain; Eliminate RSI with Alexander Technique
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