Circle Singing session

12 Dec 2019 / Greater London


Date: 12 Dec 2019

Cost: £15 or a block of three sessions for £13 each // concession available

Details: 7 pm - 9pm

Location: Islington United Reformed Church, 120 St Paul's Road, N1 2LR



Run by: Michaela Bartoskova

Further information:

Who loves to sing, treasures staying the present moment and wants to be part of a creative community?

…spontaneity, freedom, knowledge, inspiration, self-discovery, fun, collaboration, flow, expression, listening, breathing, entertaining, freeing, motivating, exploring… … Just a few words from our participants that describe our sessions.

Do you love to sing but feel uncertain about your vocal abilities?  Or are you a professional singer who yearns to explore the possibilities of human voice? Then this project is for YOU.

Vocal Improvisation is valuable whether you are a professional singer yearning to deepen your creative intuition or you are someone who is longing to bring out the inner singer that lives inside you.

What to expect? We start with a body & breath & voice warm-up; followed by an exploration of vocal techniques and a basic improvisation vocabulary. We gradually move from silence, listening to your voice, toning, exploring the vocal creativity of the group, towards guided vocal sound exercises, sound bathing, harmonies and circle singing.

No previous experience is required at all.


Circle Singing London, formed in 2014, is designed to explore vocal creativity through vocal improvisation, regularly participating in various music festivals around London – Bloom Festival at The Space, Of Improvisation Festival – and visiting other unusual places to explore sound effects and acoustic such as Leake Street Tunnels,