Voice Camp

Dee & Ali

This duo have worked together for over two decades, forming Bristol’s Gasworks Choir and Naked Voices, and are skilled and speedy teachers – spinning parts and weaving voices to create rich harmonies in minutes. They will be teaching on-going sessions in the second half of the week. They are both known for their arrangements of contemporary and

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Sophia Efthimiou

“We are all born singers. We are vibration. We are resonant beings. Singing is our birth right and gives us an embodied experience of ourselves, allowing us to be fully present. When we sing together we feel the truth of ourselves as vibrational beings, and our interconnectedness to all of life.”   Sophia holds a

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Nickomo & Rasullah

Harmonic Temple involves singing short four-part harmony songs and chants based on mantras and sacred phrases from different spiritual traditions, all composed by Nickomo. http://www.nickomoandrasullah.com/harmonic-temple/harmonic-temple.htm Nickomo and Rasullah will be aided by Pete Linnett and Bruce Knight. New songs are sung each day and the session is open to all. Rasullah will also be leading

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Jo McAndrews

Jo has been running choirs in Stroud for the past 16 years and is part of the strong and huge network of song leaders there. She leads the LifeSong project which brings people together to grow community resilience in the face of urgent times through singing, sharing and listening.

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Tarisha Seligman

For my drop in: Singing Medicine Discover the healing power of your own voice and write a personal healing mantra. It can be one word, can be a phrase .. the beauty is in it’s simplicity. Receive the vibration of love and wellness which arises out of your own heart and perhaps even hear the

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Briony Greenhill

Briony Greenhill is “one of the world’s leading proponents of Collaborative Vocal Improvisation – CVI” – the Guardian. In this series, we’ll invent patterns and weave them together into sound baskets; bring out the solo, play with harmony, improvise with lyrics, and put it all together into beautiful concoctions. Expect challenge, delight, fun and surprises 🙂

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