The Mudcat Café TM
Thread #141228 Message #3367822
Posted By: GUEST
25-Jun-12 - 02:08 PM
Thread Name: Upcoming Events - UK (PermaThread)
Subject: RE: Upcoming Events - UK (PermaThread)
Rare chance to work with founder of the Natural
Voice Network and Community Music doyenne
Frankie Armstrong in London, June 2012
Saturday June 30: Free your voice with inspirational voice worker
Frankie Armstrong. Frankie has been singing professionally since 1964 and started the
Community Music singing movement by inspiring the setting up of the Natural Voice
network (www.naturalvoice.net). All abilities very welcome especially if you've been told
you can't sing – Frankie will prove you can!
Frankie usually works in Cardiff & abroad– don't miss this rare opportunity to catch her in
Saturday 30th June 2012, 11am-4pm with one hour lunchbreak.
Holy Innocents Church Hall,
Selhurst Rd , near South Norwood Library, SE25.
Holy Innocents Church Hall is close to Norwood Junction rail station. Buses 75, 157 and 410
also stop outside the Church Hall.
Earlybird: Book in advance for the earlybird price of £31.50 for the day or pro-rata for half day.
Concessions: £25 for the day or pro-rata for half day if your household income is under £16k or
you are on benefits*.
On the door: £35 for the full day – no concessions.
Morning 11am-1pm: The joy of singing (communal) – we start with simple body
loosening and voice exercises. These lead into ways of playing with creative vocal
expression. We create a supportive, easy-going and playful atmosphere, with an
approach of exploration rather than 'getting it right'.
Lunch: 1-2pm: tea and coffee provided. Please bring your own lunch or lunch to share
Afternoon 2-4pm: Song Interpretation for soloists and choirs Inspired by dance and
using Laban's ideas, Frankie shares with us an innovative application of Laban's ideas
to song interpretation to help you make any song your own, whether as a soloist or
as part of a group. No need to sing on your own in this session, though there may be
opportunities for those who want to.
Call Catherine Pestano on 07981 298 541 or email firstname.lastname@example.org