Singing Together at Home

9–31 Jul 2020 / Online


Date: 9–31 Jul 2020

Details: Various

Location: Zoom



Run by: Delia Rosenboom

Contact details: Delia - 01342 825031

Further information:

An online opportunity for creatively connecting our community near and far through singing songs together from home! Boosting positivity, morale and immunity whilst raising our spirits with beautiful, uplifting songs that feed the soul and warm the heart. This is an evolving online group open to all…old and young, at home, abroad…and of all singing abilities.

Feedback from participants:
“Thank you so much for a beautiful, uplifting and healing singing sessions. Thank you for your warmth, ease and generosity. I loved every minute! We’re blessed to have you! Peace and blessings to you and your family x x”

“I really appreciate your patience and the excellent way you teach.”

“Thank you so much for another wonderful singing session. Beautiful songs, wonderful instruments and playing and great company. It’s so uplifting to see your smiling faces and to be singing with everyone. Love Light and Gratitude”

‘Mixed Bag sessions’ are approx 45 mins. Themed sessions are approx 1 hr(+).
All dates and times for sessions (updated regularly) are at

Next sessions are:

*Thursday 9th July, 4pm: Healing song circle
(Gentle, meditative songs)

*Monday 13th, 5pm: Taizé songs
(Heart-opening, meditative songs from the Taizé monastery)
*Wednesday 15th, 5pm: Mixed bag songs
(songs from around the world in beautiful harmony)
*Friday 17th, 2pm: Gospels & Spirituals
(Toe-tapping harmonies from the Afro-American tradition)*Monday 20th, 5pm: Indian Bhajans
(Beautiful devotional songs from India)

*Wednesday 22nd 5pm: Songs of love and peace
(Songs by much loved NVN practitioners on the them of love and peace-
Helen Yeomans, Nick Prater etc)

*Friday 24th, 2pm: Native American-Indian Chants
(Earthy and empowering songs in unison and simple harmony)

*Monday 27th, 5pm: Taizé songs
(Heart-opening, meditative songs from the Taizé monastery

Anyone can take part in these, regardless of religion or beliefs. I choose these songs simply for their incredibly uplifting, heart-warming and nourishing qualities, and offer the suggestion that each individual puts whatever meaning they like into the songs, so that they can be universally enjoyed.