Creating and contributing to our communities through the magic of singing together in harmony.
“Katie's love and enthusiasm for singing is infectious. Which means she generates that same love and enthusiasm in others. ”
— Bob Harper
What happens in a choir session?
We start with a lively, fun, warm up designed to tune up our voices, connect with each other. Songs from global genres are taught by ear, call and response, adding harmonies, layer by layer as we build a great sound together. Plus the all-important tea/chat break and plenty of laughs along the way.
Warning: Singing can seriously increase your health & happiness!
Singing in a choir has many wonderful and well researched health benefits including:
Learning to sing - making a great sound in harmony with others
Social Vitamins -oxytocin boosted singing
Breathing deep and long to sustain melodies
Voice gym - a gentle work out for mind, heart, body and soul
Lifting spirits - endorphin powered mood boost!
Mindfulness - brings us into the present moment
Confidence - enhanced self-esteem and self-expression
Taking part in exciting events, concerts, gigs, socials
Contribution raising voices and funds for local/ global causes
Unity - joining voices with people from different backgrounds
Joy!- enjoying the magic of music in a fun, friendly atmosphere
Katie is a fully insured, DBS checked member of the Natural Voice Network. She believes everyone has a voice and is committed to leading safe, inclusive, diverse choirs with people of all genders, cultures and creeds with zero tolerance for any form of prejudice.
Because Singing Can and Does Change the World...
Welcome Your Voice in a warm hearted, lively choir who laugh as much as they sing!
An inclusive, welcoming choir who enjoy socialising and singing global a cappella songs, working towards fun events. Everyone is welcome, including those who think they can't sing.
Founded in Nov 2016 with Crystal Palace Transition Town, the choir has sung at Crystal Palace Festival, West Norwood Feast, Fairfield Halls, Concerts with London Mozart Players & Sing for Water, fundraising for WaterAid