I'll be teaching some of my harmony songs. My main aim is to create some auditory beauty together and have some fun along the way.
This year I'll be teaching some of my own compositions over three sessions
Katy is a songwriter, performer and community choir leader from Birmingham and will be teaching arrangements of some of her own folk(ish) songs. Everyone welcome!
My great love is of folk songs and the way they can bring storytelling and history to a singing space.
Briony Greenhill is "one of the world's leading proponents of Collaborative Vocal Improvisation - CVI" - the Guardian.
Co-create spontaneous vocal music out of thin air together. Yes we can!
John Bowker has been a regular facilitator at the Voice camp and has only missed one year, the very first.
Jo will be welcoming you to the day in three sessions of warm singing in good company.
Nickomo and Rasullah will be running daily sessions of Harmonic Temple aided by Pete Linnett
Susie is looking forward to sharing some gorgeous songs and her drop in session will be a space to open and weave both voices and hearts.
Johanna is very excited to cross the channel once more after 5 weird years.
Rosie is passionate about bringing people together in joyful harmony and can’t wait to teach some of her own songs at her Voice Camp workshop.
Based in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, Jess leads harmony singing and improvisation workshops in the community, in mental health settings, in schools, and in prisons. Jess writes her own songs for singing groups, performs original material with a loop pedal and is in a Prince Tribute band.
Roxane will be sharing songs that are funky and upbeat or soulful and joyous.
Helen Yeomans will be teaching more of her much-loved songs at Voice Camp this year
Eleanor Holliday (Elle) is a Stroud-based choir-leader, composer and theatre performer who started teaching 20 years ago.
Claire can't wait to sing with you in her drop-in this year! It may be soulful.... it may be funky.... but it will be joyful and taught in Claire's usual warm, relaxed and playful style.
‘Ryan is a community choir leader from London, who teaches some world music and some jazzy things.
Dee Jarlett and Joanna Harvey will lead a session using old fashioned notation.
Find your voice with Rowena Whitehead Rowena will be leading 2 sessions for less confident and less experienced singers who want to find and explore their voices in a relaxed and friendly group.
Bruce will be leading an afternoon Big Sing with some friends on Sunday afternoon, and is also looking forward to leading a couple of alfresco circle dance sessions
Sheila will be offering a gentle evening session of sacred singing including Taize chants and some of the many wonderful songs written by natural voice teachers.
Martina will be leading an afternoon Big Sing with some friends on Sunday afternoon,
and is also looking forward to leading the circle dance band to accompany a couple of alfresco circle dance sessions with Bruce.
Judith is excited to be returning to Unicorn, teaching some Big Songs in the Big Sing and offering some extra-curricular sessions.
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Emily is holding the GLOW sessions this year - bringing songs of love and pride
Power - high energy - really in contact. Dora is an energetic teacher who creates music embracing the fun of group dynamic and development. She will mix and match songs for the teenagers and is going for drop in classes with fun four part harmony Arrangements.
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She's very excited to be teaching for the first time at Voice Camp, supporting Dee with teaching from the dots.
With 49 years of various yoga trainings and studies as well as more than 35 years of Shamanic practices behind her, Amanda Hamilton has immersed herself in the world of "where the spiritual meets daily life" for the majority of her life. Living mostly in the conscious shamanic community Terra Mirim, in Bahia Brazil, she travels with the XamAM and the Terra Mirim team to bring the teachings of the Shamanism of the Mother Goddess, the Four Elements and Yoga to those who are genuinely hearing the call to make changes in their lives.
Our camps are alcohol and drug free creating a safe environment
There is music, song, fireside chat and laughter but no late night noise or amplified music