Voice matters!

Find your voice, boost your performance and make your message resonate!

Organised by Impulse

Tue 16 April 2019 12:30 to 13:30

Venue Impulse, building number 115

We use our voice every day: speaking to our peers, in meetings or presenting to an audience. We often get caught up in the content, forgetting that it’s our voice that creates the impact of our message. April 16th, is World Voice Day. This is your chance to learn how to use your voice more effectively!
Join seasoned voice and communication coach Mariska Wessel to learn more about your voice. She will have the amazing bass player Marcel Snijders with her to illustrate how the voice works. Together they will coax you out of your comfort zone and help you tune up. This inspirational and interactive session will raise your vocal awareness and give you plenty of techniques to maximize your impact. Fun and amazingly effective.

Marcel and Mariska
Marcel and Mariska

Mariska Wessel – voice and communication coach and classical singer
Mariska Wessel is a highly skilled performance coach who brings a unique blend of performance, presence, voice and connection into the coaching space. When you are delivering a message, your level of success relies heavily on your ability to create an authentic connection with your audience. Mariska combines her broad experience as a singer and her passion for voice, communication and the spoken word to coax you out of your comfort zone and achieve your true potential as a communicator. Her coaching covers vocal skills, body language, executive presence and transforming your content into meaningful and impactful messages.

Website: Voicematters

Marcel Snijders
Marcel Snijders is a hybrid: a musicologist and double bassist as well as a lawyer. A musical omnivore, from tango to baroque, from Cuban son to jazz and from contemporary classical to country and bluegrass. Marcel plays in the chamber music ensemble Septime, the country and bluegrass band Cashmere and the world music trio Melocorde. As a lawyer he specializes in family law and for many years he has contributed to the education and training of judges, mainly in the realm of communication and feedback. With his bass he both leads and paves the way for others to shine.