Based on a beautiful and innovative musical repertoire, the renowned Franco American artist, Ariane Gray Hubert, has created and blended Western and Eastern/Indian classical traditions in a most creative way.

Ariane gives international workshops for the youth each year along with the support of cultural centers and foundations world over. She also gives these creative sound workshops along with exclusive concerts at schools and campus, in auditoriums or open air, while giving special programs in hospitals for patients and in museums.

The artist conducts cross cultural workshops open to all where her multi-creative approach to sound combined to her deep knowledge of various musical traditions are often referred as ‘one of the best innovative artistic workshops’. The workshops start with breathing techniques combined to a set of detailed body, vocal and instrumental courses created by Ariane. The participants work on a wide range of artistic skills bringing up to a new exploration of sound within themselves.
While presenting an introduction to Western music traditions compared with Eastern musical traditions, Ariane proposes a series of workshops such as :

• Developing the body in an stimulating way for a collective project
• Improvising and Composing
• Rhythmical, oral and instrumental skills based on Ariane Gray Hubert ‘Creative Sound Teaching’ method
• Blending world musical traditions in an innovative way.
These creative workshops highlight a cross over dialogue between children of all age groups and several nationalities.

The ‘Creative Sound Training’ created by Ariane Gray Hubert aims to inspire and guide all participants to feel and imbibe in an harmonious way what is the impact of sound and music in life.

Further details about each workshop, calendar, time durations, fees and logistics to be sent under request.

List of Workshops conducted in collaboration with various partners and institutes such as : Ville de Paris, section Enfance et Jeunesse ;  le Groupe de réflexion Agora, France, section Art, Sciences et Thérapie ; Conservatoires de Musique, France ; Fondation Rothschild, Hôpitaux publics de Paris ; Musik Konservatorium, French Lycée and the Wien Universität, Austria ; The Habitat Center, New Delhi, India ; the Music Academy, Chennai, India ; Baltic countries to name a few.