Alexander Technique
Matthew has been teaching the Alexander Technique since 2002. His pupils have included world-renowned conductors and soloists, world champion athletes and members of orchestras including the New World Symphony, Melbourne Symphony and the European Union Youth Orchestra. He has worked individually with more than 1,200 musicians of all instruments and ages, giving him, along with his extensive performing experience, unique insight in to the needs and challenges faced by performing musicians.
The Alexander Technique helps us to become more aware of balance, posture and movement, to become more able to differentiate necessary and unnecessary tension and effort, and enables us to perform better, free up creativity, prevent injury and cope better with existing problems.
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