Red Dragon Fly
Lucas Lorenzi - flute (Helmuth Hammig 062)
Junko Kasahara - piano (Boesendorfer)
Recorded in the Alexander Technique Centre (ATC) Kyoto, Japan
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They both are using the Alexander Technique while playing their musical instruments. The Alexander Technique forms a part of the professional practice of thousands of musicians worldwide and is an integral part of training at many of the major music teaching institutions around the globe. It assists in a uniquely effective way with efficiency and freedom in movement, minimising the stress and strain often associated with music making.
Performance
Performance is generally improved no matter what level of expertise the musician has reached, and more enjoyment in playing and musical expression can often be experienced. In particular the relationship between quality of movement and quality of sound can be developed.
Overuse Injury
Problems with overuse injury or repetitive strain injury can be effectively addressed using the Alexander Technique. Prevention is best, and the technique protects against these injuries, but cure is even better if a problem has been experienced. The Alexander Technique is effective in assisting musicians to return to playing in these circumstances.
The Alexander Technique School in Kyoto was established in 2003 for musicians, students and teachers of the F.M.Alexander Technique in Japan. The director of the school is Lucas Lorenzi (STAT cert.1985).
The ATC offers lessons - table work, chairwork, clasical Alexander Technique procedures which can be released into daily activities like for example playing a musical instrument, group classes and a JSTAT jstat.jp accredited teacher training program.
For further information please visit the official website of the ATC Kyoto alexandertechnique.ne.jp
The Centre works in connection with the International Music Academy Maestro musicmaestro.jp.
Musicians, singers and instrumentalists (flute, piano, violin, guitar, drums, trumpet, bassoon, horn etc.) from all over Japan enjoy learning the Technique in ATC Kyoto. Please feel free to contact us.
 
ルカス・ロレンツィは、ヘルムート・ハンミッヒによって1963年ベルリンで製作され­たフルート(204番)を演奏しています。笠原純子はベーゼンドルファーのピアノを演­­奏しています。
奏者は2人とも、音楽演奏の際にアレクサンダーテクニークを活かしています。2003­年、日本のアレクサンダーテクニーク教師やその受講生のために、京都において、アレク­­サンダーテクニークの学校が設立されました。スクールのディレクターは、ルカ­ス・­ロレンツィ(1985年STAT公認)です。
ATCでは、個人レッスン、グループレッスン、JSTAT jstat.jp 公認教師養成プログラムを提供しています。詳細な情報についてはATCの公式ホームペ­ージalexandertechnique.ne.jpをご覧­ください。
当インターナショナル・ミュージックアカデミーマエストロmusicmaestro.­jpと提携して運営されています。日本全国からのet­c.)が、ATCにおいてアレ­クサンダーテクニークを学­んでいます。お気軽にお問い合わせください。音楽家た­ち­、声楽家、センターは、器楽奏者(フルート、ピアノ、ヴァイオリン、ギター、ドラム、­トランペット、ファゴット、ホルン、et­c.)が、ATCにおいてアレクサンダーテ­クニークを学­んでいます。お気軽にお問い合わせください
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