The Sing For Earth 2022 starts again on Thursday evenings for 6 weeks from:
March 3rd 2022 until April 7th.
7.30 pm - 9pm
2021 was one big creative collaboration with a team of
Special Guests contributing to each weekly session.
The 2022 series will be hosted by Liz Terry again with Special Guest
Natural Voice practitioners, teachers and facilitators contributing to each session.
Sharing a combination of uplifting songs, creative ways into restorative song making,
mindful meditation and embodiment practices.
The creative collaboration continues and we hope you can join us!
See more info below.
To book your place:
See below for our timetable of Special Guests joining Liz each week
1. March 3rd- with Catherine Pestano.
2. March 10th- with Catherine Pestano and Sophia Efthimiou!
3. March 17th- with Tembre De Cataret
4. March 24th- with Pauline Down and Sophie Sterckx
5. March 31st- with Jennifer John
6. April 7th- with Jane Lewis and Emily Roblyn
During each session we will share grounding mindful practices, energising sound and movement warm ups,
and original songs of connection, solidarity and unity.
This year we are offering opportunities for you to explore creating simple songlets and chants in each session.
Our team of artists, natural voice practitioners and facilitators will be sharing ways to help you to access your creative voice - even if you have never written a song or a chant in your life!
From our experience, people often surprise themselves with what is possible and it can be a joyful, empowering,
calming and energising process!
For those of you who already write songs, music and poems, we hope the sessions can provide a
stimulating place of creative inquiry to further support your song making and lyric writing.
Working with the creative voice is a new opportunity this year, so if you have ever longed to find out more about how to create songs or simple chants - then here is a chance to experience that in a supportive and encouraging environment.
Sing For Earth Day 2022 is supporting the
Global Environmental Network
We will be sharing more about these initiatives during the weekly sessions and connecting to what that means to you
and to us collectively.
Our creative based work draws inspiration from The Work That Reconnects and in each session we actively
tend grief and cultivate gratitude. In between each weekly session, we encourage you to take the songs and nature based practices outdoors near to where you live.
We also have a collection of songs and movement practices all down loadable for free from the
Sing For Earth Day website here
We hope you can join us!!
Here's a list of some of our 2021 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 were for the Sing For Earth series to provide
a place of connection and well being support during the challenges faced by many people throughout winter months due to the lockdown.
We continue to share creative practices to strengthen individual and community resilience through
the power of song, music and movement.
We drawn from The Work That Reconnects acknowledging grief and cultivating gratitude.
We plant seeds of gratitude as one of the 'Gratitude Practices' which is an effective therapeutic way of enhancing wellbeing, working positively with eco anxiety and improving mental health.
In between each weekly session, we encourage people to take the
collection of songs and movement practices which are down loadable for free from the website
outdoors ( if you want to and are able).
They are downloadable off the website as a free resource and guide:
songs and practices
We hope you can join us in 2022!