Welcome to my cyber portal! Here you can find out more about what I do, where I do it and with whom! You can tell me about your singing story, and how I might be able to help you on your creative journey. You can book onto singing workshops, join choirs and also buy my compositions, complete with scores, audio packages and licences, from my shop.  Browse the shop

2022 is looking busy already – a song and tune workshop with Jo Freya, a singing workshop with Helen Chadwick, collaborations and performances with Commoners Choir, Vyvienne Long and Liane Carroll, are just a few of the things I have lined up! Click here to join my mailing list and keep up-to-date with all the latest info.

Vocal Harmony On the Radio

Each month I present Vox Pop Radio. Sponsored by Hullabaloo Quire Vox Pop is a celebration of vocal harmony and community singing.

This month I chat with Alex Proctor from the Choir With No Name – a fantastic national choir for those who have experienced homelessness. We’ll hear the Choir’s arrangement of This Is Me from The Greatest Showman and some highlights from their most recent live Christmas concert at Brighton Dome. You’ll also hear harmonic treats from This is the Kit, Liane Carroll and The Australian Voices, to name a few…as well as several references to beer! Let the silly season begin! Click here to listen to the show anytime anywhere.

Singing together is a great social and creative leveller, community singing is good for our mind, body and soul;  it supports our respiration, releases endorphins and lowers cortisol, it strengthens bonds and forges new connections and it nurtures our creativity and opens us to rhythm, roots and resonance…singing is our birthright!

Ways you can work with me

I work with community choirs, singing groups, theatre groups and corporations, mainly in the field of a cappella harmony singing, but I also run workshops and courses in group composition, improvisation, singing with cross rhythms and percussion, stagecraft and group movement for simple performance technique. Explore sections below.

Background and philosophy

Singing in the East Grindstead rainCommunity singing remains one of the purest and strongest creative bonds that can be shared by groups of people. Even those (and especially those) who feel they ‘can’t sing’. Even those (and especially those) who were told to ‘stand at the back of the choir and mime’.
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