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M atthias L utz

"Beyond right and wrong,
there is a place where we sing together. "
according to Rumi

Music voice improvisation


A very individual treasure of precious music lies dormant in each and every one of us.

Making music in free play, making contact through voice expression and participating in a creative community process gives me great pleasure.


I love music.

But fear and a relentless commitment to performance kept me from my lifelong dream of becoming a musician for many years.


I love to sing.

But singing outside of my shower used to make me shudder with fear.


I faced these fears with loving support.

And got to know vocal improvisation as a way to grow musically, vocally and personally.

I see it as my calling to show other people this treasure, to accompany them on their way to more vocal freedom and authentic expression.


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Feedback from participants

“The voice journey was

varied and refreshing like a river

- calm, tender and chuckling,

rousing, powerful and bubbly.

And Matthias was a great and imaginative personal tour guide. "





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About my person

I am a father of four, the founder and long-standing pedagogical staff member of a democratic school. In my early thirties I discovered the voice as my body's own instrument and improvisation as a path. Getting to know and appreciate my own voice, my music, has initiated an intensive process of liberation, refinement and further development on many levels.

Today I pass on my experience as a student of international masters of the art of improvisation in workshops and individual work.

In addition to the encounters with Rhiannon , Oskar Boldre , Anna Weißenfels , Ulrike Sowodniok , Alan Bern , Eva Burghardt , Fred Frith , Oli Bott , Thomas Lange , Reinhard Gagel and Matthias Schwabe , I would particularly like to highlight Johanna Seiler. She inspired me and led me into the wide world of improv. From the first step to my own course, I felt supported.


I am currently training to be a gestalt music therapist at the Institute for Gestalt Therapy and Gestalt Pedagogy in Berlin .

As a singer I am a member of the acapella improv ensemble mahali (often in cooperation with doable storytelling).

As yet unnamed, an improv quartet enjoys sounding encounters in a quiet little room in the unique line-up of bandoneon, cello, violin and voice.

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