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🌹 🎶 Singing in Squirrel Season
🎶🌹Harvesting the singing treasures this September
Like our long furry-tailed friends, for me, Autumn is a time to gather and store.
What are you foraging for this squirrel season?
If you're looking to crack a few vocal nuts, buzzing, humming, sliding and yawning will help reawaken your voice.
If it's all feeling a bit frantic, taking a few minutes to anchor into deep belly breathing with long slow hums and vowels can soothe frazzled nerves.
If you're ready to take a flying leap to a new branch, a liberating shake and sound for a few minutes can reboot and refre.
It never fails to amaze me how the magic of singing can meet us wherever
we are - there really is a song for every season!
🌹 🎶 Back to School, Back to Choir!
Looking forward to welcoming singing friends old and new at events including:* Welcome Choir free taster 8th Sept
- a lively singing start to the season.* Sing for Water Sept 18th -
a spectacular singing splash for WaterAid **NEW** BLG Mind Wellbeing Choir 20th Sept
- do you live in Bromley? - come along to a new daytime wellbeing choir led by Sarah Fisher and myself.
* Winter Sparkle Joint Choir Concert 11th December
- save the date for a sparkly afternoon tea concert @ St John the Evangelist - more soon!
This and lots more... full choir info below!
🌹 🎶 Inspiration Corner
* Amongst my summer bookworming, I had a very satisfying munch through Folly Ditch
, the latest literary thriller from writer Anna Sayburn Lane
Anna reflects on the seasons with me in this creative conversation
and shares her writing tips in this episode
of Vocal Revolution Podcast.
* Croydonites Festival
is back with an inspiring range of performances including Gill Manly's new play The Benefactress
starring Joanna Scanlan -
(I have a small mystery role.... come along to find out??! :)
Do drop me a line
with any questions or thoughts about Autumnal Singing! Wishing you an abundance of creativity this September@katierosewindow on the Socialskatie@therosewindow.orgwww.therosewindow.org