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Frank Kane

Photo: Frank Scherbaum
During our first experiments to measure body vibrations during singing. (Traumton studio, Berlin)

 

Frank Kane has been studying, singing and teaching Georgian songs for the past thirty years. He has established Georgian vocal folk ensembles in the USA and France. As leader of the Marani Association, he directed a cultural exchange program with Georgian village singers and musicologists visiting France to work with the Marani ensemble and to give workshops. His teaching is influenced by his experiences of working with Georgian singers. The techniques developed by him are used by singers of many different repertoires. He coaches vocal ensembles and leads public workshops all over Western Europe, particularly as a regular teacher at the Ateliers d’ethnomusicologic of Geneva, Switzerland.

Photo: Frank Scherbaum
During our first experiments to measure body vibrations during singing. (Traumton studio, Berlin)