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singing, theatre, musical & kleinkunst coaching
Posted March 13th, 2010 - 9:48 pm by from Utrecht, Netherlands (Permalink)
Hi all!

I am a specialist in musictheatre, and can give workshops, masterclasses, groupcourses or private lessons.

Everyone who is interested in deepening their ability in interpretation of songs, wants to find out the difference between lyrical and story-telling songs, needs a coach for there own act / performance, wants to train their belt-, speech- or twang voice, wants to learn how to write an act, feels the need to create authentic theatre etc etc

Is welcome to give me a call!!

01575 - 200 1485

A question from my side:
If any of you know a good place for me to give a course / workshop, or maybe can bring me in contact with a uni or a theatreschool which might be interested, please let me know!
I am new in Berlin and have no contacts yet :)

little bio:

Marc Oyserman studied Voice, Musical and Musictheatre / Kleinkunst in Hilversum, Tilburg and Amsterdam in the Netherlands. He works as stage-coach, (music) director and performer and emphasizes on working from the core authenticity of each artist.

In the Netherlands he worked as director, voice- and acting teacher at various places like the culturecentre of the University of Utrecht, Rainbow musical-productions, National youth musical school, historical project “Peace of Utrecht” and as singer, actor and (personal)trainer.
In France he gave musictheatre workshop-weeks.
In Guinea he studied, worked and recorded a cd with traditional djembe-musicians of the group Koteban.
In Israel/Palestine he was director and lightdesigner at the international Dahka Circus, gave various workshops like 'muscle tension conscientiousness' in the Vertigo dancecompany and 'voice and body' in the Leshomera festival.

He made Israelis, Palestinians and foreigners meet and walk together through the westbank to Jerusalem in the Walk for Change.

Marc travelled the last 3,5 years on the path of (his) ancestors in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
His latest project is the stage-project “Roots”. A researchproject with international artists across various disciplines.