KCG groups such as Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG), Kyoto University of Information Sciences (KCGI), Kyoto Automobile College (KCGM), December 21st, 2018 at KCG Kyoto Station School and KCGI Kyoto Station Satellite Concert Hall The secret of making a voice hidden in joy: YUBA Method: A method of utterance that improves the sound and improves singing.Toru Yumiba, a vocalist and vocal researcher, gave a lecture on vocalization while singing, accompanied by pianist Mariko Abe.In addition to students, many visitors from the general public visited the hall and spoke with Yumi and enjoyed music while moving their bodies.
First, Yumiba sang “Round Around the World” (composed by V. Young), “Amapola” (composed by J. Lakaje), and “Mariu, Words of Love” (composed by CA Bixio).We listened to Yumiba's relaxed singing voice, which was described as the “first-class singing” in the United States, and Abe's piano, who is active as an accompaniment to vocal and instrumental music.
Mr. Yumi is known in Japan and overseas for the new utterance method “YUBA Method”, which is researched and developed from the viewpoint of functional anatomy and physiology.Mr. Abe established the “YUBA Piano Method” that systematizes the piano keying method for fatigue and injury prevention based on functional anatomy research.In a lecture following solo singing, Ms. Yumi taught “how to make a back voice”, “how to make a front voice”, “how to widen the range”, etc. while intermingling well-known music.
The KCG Group incorporates general education subjects into the curriculum, as well as specialized skills, as well as students' intellectual and sensitivity development, and conducts music concerts such as classical music, various cultural lectures, and traditional art appreciation events.These events are also appreciated by the general public.