Welcome to the site of Alex
Boon, one of Holland's (city of the
Hague) best known specialists in voice
Voice, breath, body, language,
emotion, speech, person… they are all
Eliciting sounds from the human body, connecting
a person with its background, in perspective
of communicative or performing goals to achieve.
Exploring vocal potential, building the voice
with the pure pleasure of self-expression.
Alex Boon works as a voice
teacher, speech pathologist and voice coach
with a wide range of professionals that use
speech as a part of their profession and professionals
that speak profesionally( or need to do so):
- Actors, Storytellers, Voiceovers,
- Politicians, Debaters, Teachers, Trainers,
Coaches, Managers, Priests, Judges, Lawyers
- Chief Officers, Executive Masters - but
also Technicians, Researchers and Scientists
- Operators, Receptionists, Helpdesk Staff,
Public Relation Officials
Any professional from one
of the above mentioned professions can come
and experience this work around 'physical
voice' - whether used in (professional)
speaking or in performing.
In a session of 1½ hour of individual
training one can focus specifically on developing
new personal vocal techniques and material.
Working in general or in concern to special
goals is possible.
Just make sure to bring in your voice!
Participants will be exposed
to a range of skills that will widen their vocal
potential and improve the awareness and expressiveness
of their voice. There is ample opportunity to
practice in a fun and supportive atmosphere.
The work focuses around the
physical exploration of possible sounds, experimenting,
expressing, finding personal vocal techniques
through resonans and physical feedback principles,
physical stimulation of muscles, body structure
and by movement. Listening and hearing will
be used as a stimulating feedback technique,
exploring the voice in space and time, working
with tensions and actions, working with the
chest/ribs, shoulders and backbone, head, neck
READY TO ENTER A WORK?
> Voicework in
If you'd like to visit the
Hague and do some individual voicework, please
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send us your information,
contending your first and last name, email adress
and phone number, your full address, profession
and number + names of participants. Further,
mention the date of your arrival and departure.
We will contact you for an appointment..
Of course, and if you like:
please send an email
in case of any questions or if you wish to be
individual training and workshops):
Rond Je Stem, Deventersestraat 21, 2587 SX the
Hague / the Netherlands (please find pictures
here and routedescription
No special things needed:
Just bring yourself and don't reassure yourself
of having your voice with you.
> Voicework abroad<
In October 2016 Alex
will contribute to the XXVI
Pacific Voice Conference in Warsaw/Lublin,
In August 2015 Alex attended the PEVoC(11)
in Florence and the XXIII Pacific
Voice Conference & VI World Voice Consortium
Congress in San Fransisco He also contributed
to the Workshop-program of both conferences.
Before, for the occasion of the British
Voice Association's Conference "Choice
for Voice" in 2010, Alex came over
to London to work (mostly with singers)
around his approach of "the fysical
He also contributed to earlier Pan
European Voice Conferences (PEVoC)
in 2007 and 2009 with three workshops.
People travelling around and to Europe
are invited to visit Alex's workshop for
a work with the voice.
If you'd like to explore the possibility
of inviting Alex to come over to your
country and do a voiceworkshop or give
lessons, please email
us or contact us through +31703060840.
Always glad to meet you!
Rond Je Stem (Around Your
Voice) is initiated by Alex Boon,
speech pathologist, voice teacher, voice
coach, voice and speech trainer.
Alex Boon has a strong yet subtle, physical
way of working with the human voice.
View Alex's LinkedIn profile (English):
addres and general information:
2584 VM The Hague
K. v. K. nr. 09160069 (Dutch
Chambers of Commerce)
BIC: TRIONL2U IBAN: NL72TRIO0198496923
This page is part of a website
written in the Dutch