You will learn songs on the day in a self-contained workshops in a sociable and relaxed atmosphere. No sheet music, no need previous experience, and you will sing in harmony. 

Past experiences might have led some people to consider themselves 'non-singers,' but we can change that and also find how singing, and signing with others benefits our physical and mental health. 

We're all about making a welcoming space where anyone, no matter their background or singing experience, can feel more confident with their voice. Whether you're a newbie or have some singing know-how, this workshop is designed to accommodate various skill levels.  

We'll skip the technical jargon and learn songs mostly by ear. Warm-ups for both body and voice will ensure vocal health, confidence, and a lot of fun. 

The session will last for two hours with a break in between.

Tutor:  Maria Soriano 

Trained as a classical singer and founder of Singing4Health CIC, Maria specializes in Singing for Health and Wellbeing. 

Maria has led singing groups since 1997, delivered training sessions for music teachers both in Spain and the UK, and collaborated with Heritage2Health at Kingston University Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education. 

Maria is an Member of Natural Voice Network, the Royal Society for Public Health, and has been the lead advisor for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea “Sing to Live, Live to Sing” programme, and has delivered singing sessions for a variety of organisations people such as Refugee Action Kingston, The Fircroft Trust, Age UK, Winchester City Council, Kent and Medway NHS Integrated Care Board, Kingston Mind and the Bloomsbury Clinic Patients Network, amongst others.

Tickets: £12 / £10.80 concessions per session

Session(s):  Thursday's 29 Feb, 28 Mar & 25 Apr, 10.30am-12.30pm

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