CAIRH - Roy Hart International Arts Center
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Board of DIrectors

Agnès Dumouchel (vice-president)

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Agnès Dumouchel, who at that time was a teacher of French working abroad in the USSR, discovered the Roy Hart Theatre in 1976, participating in one of the first workshops organized by the group at Malérargues.
She was fascinated by the work – which attends to both voice and body, inner and outer experiences, conscious and unconscious, psyche and the emotions; she joined the group two years later and became a voice teacher and actress.
In 1990, she moved to the Alps. She teaches voice and is a storyteller.
She was elected to the Board in 2012 and edits the quarterly newsletter for active and associate members : “Echoes from the CAIRH”.
For more information: www.agnes-dumouchel.com

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David Goldsworthy

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Communication

www.dia-pason.com

David Goldsworthy: e-mail

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Jonathan Hart-Makwaia (president)

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Jonathan Hart Makwaia is the son of Dorothy Hart and stepson of Roy Hart.

He has witnessed multiple phases of the voice work’s evolution, from Alfred Wolfsohn’s last years to the present day. He has been central as a performer, composer and teacher in the Roy Hart Theatre’s history and remains committed to the work’s development as it extends to younger generations.

Photo: © Hanna Lippmann

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Walli Höfinger

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In the Conseil d’Aministration responsible for the CAIRH Website.

www.wallihoefinger.com

Walli höfinger: e-mail

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Delphine Sagar (secretary)

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One day 20 years ago I wrote in my notebook : “a great big cry is sliding relentlessly through the interstices of my being, a refusal to live just by appearances. It longs to burst out. This cry would do me the world of good.”
A year later, in 1994, by a interlacing of paths which we call destiny, I discovered the Roy Hart Theatre. And I discovered in me a singing being, a joyous being, that nothing nor no one could stop from ringing out.
This little bird of all colours came to perch on my shoulder one day 18 years ago, never to leave me, and to whisper that life is worth living, that art music is a breath of life.
By a just return of these 18 years, I find myself today bringing my contribution to this worthy edifice.
I am a speech therapist, and I’ve navigated between this job and amateur theatre at university, café theatre in Paris, at the International Summer Academy in Belgium, then singing in several choirs in Montpellier,and various vocal groups (duet, trio and quintet). After living three years in the Roy Hart Centre, and working with several teachers, I gave a recital of songs in 2000, accompanied and directed by Jonathan Hart Makwaia and Rosemary Quinn, my teachers of so many years.

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Laurent Stéphan

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Communication, Translation

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Marie-José Torrero (treasurer)

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Of Spanish origin, born in Valencia in 1955, I discovered the voice work in Malérargues in 1995. I return regularly to work, among others, with Jonathan Hart-Makwaia and Rosemary Quinn.
I am part of the project “Muttersprachen/mother tongues”, a piece for 15 voices directed by Agnes Pollner and Ralf Peters, performed first in 2009 at the Théâtre de l’Orangerie in Cologne.
I live in France in a suburb west of Paris where I administer the schools of my town.
I was elected to the Board in August 2010.

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Linda Wise

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Member of the Artistic Commity of the CAIRH

www.pantheatre.com

Linda Wise: e-mail

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