Kay's holistic approach to voice work includes breath and voice warm ups, playful voice exercises and songs from a variety of cultures. Everything is taught by ear, so there is no need to read music. Kay has experience of working with people of all ages and abilities. She is currently focusing on her work as a Singing for Lung Health leader.
Singing for Breathing: a weekly group, open to anyone with a chronic lung health problem (regardless of whether they think they can sing!). Kay has completed training in this work with the British Lung Foundation and singing for lung health expert Phoene Cave. The Cambridge group meet on Thursday afternoons, 2.30 - 4.00, at Brown's Field Centre in Chesterton. Find out more at http://singingforbreathing.wordpress.com. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07845 726975 for more details.
Voice Coaching: Kay runs occasional voice workshops/master classes for Emmanuel College students wishing to read in Chapel, and has previously worked as a voice coach for both singing and speaking voice with ordinands at Westcott House.
Taize: In conjunction with St Andrews Church, Girton and Girton College chaplaincy, Kay leads a monthly Taize service in Girton College Chapel, with singing, readings, prayers and silence. This takes place at 7.45 pm each first Sunday of the month.
Open Your Voice: Occasional retreat-style workshops. An opportunity to take time out to reflect on your life's journey with your voice. Contact Kay for details.
Singing the Labyrinth: meditative singing and an opportunity to try a contemplative labyrinth walk or trace a carved wooden finger labyrinth with your finger. Gently paced, with time for quiet reflection. No need for prior singing experience, all are welcome. Contact Kay for details.
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