Our Sing For Earth series has finished now.
For info and bookings
for Sing For Earth Day main event on April 22nd
This year is one big creative collaboration with a team of
Special Guests contributing to each weekly session
Our Earth Day event is one large and wonderful
culmination of it all and we hope you can join us then too.
Each session in the series is hosted by Liz Terry with a different team of
wonderful guest singers, teachers and facilitators all offering a combination of songs,
meditation and movement practices.
See below for our timetable and websites for each of our Special Guests:
Emily Roblyn- www.emilysinging.com/
Nagako Cooper- www.facebook.com/NagakoC/
Nickomo and Rasullah Clarke- http://www.nickomoandrasullah.com/
Penny Stone- https://singlouderthanguns.com/
Nagako Cooper - above
Sophie Sterckx - www.sophiesterckx.co.uk/
Jenny Rose Smith-www.jennyrosesmith.co.uk/
Tembre De Cateret -www.tembresong.com/
Frankie Armstrong and Darien Pritchard- http://frankiearmstrong.com/
Eleanor Holiday- https://naturalvoice.net/practitioner/eleanorholliday
Dave Camlin- www.davecamlin.com/
Fran Andre- soulofthecity.co.uk/
Sophia Efthimiou- https://www.sophiaefthimiou.com/
Denise Rowe- https://www.earthdances.co.uk/
Ali Burns: https://aliburns.co.uk/
Camilo Menjura- http://www.menjuramusic.com/
Catherine Pestano- https://naturalvoice.net/pages/catherine-pestano
Judith Silver - judithsilver.com/
With thanks to ALL our Sing For Earth Special Guests.
Our shared aims are that the Sing For Earth series can help to provide
a place of replenishing connection after the many lockdown challenges
of the Covid restrictions this winter.
We are practicing cultivating gratitude to support wellbeing,
and revive joyful connection with each other and nature
Helping to strengthen individual and community resilience through
the power of song, music and movement.
In between each weekly session, we encourage you to take the
collection of songs and movement practices outdoors under the sky
if you are able and want to.
They are downloadable off the website as a guide here:
songs and practices
Learning from and leaning into nature as nature.
We hope you can join us for our creative collaboration to revive and express
our love for nature.
Spring is coming- let us sing and dance it in together!