We May Sing # 11

3 Oct 2020 / Online

Details:

Date: 3 Oct 2020

Cost: Sliding scale payment €5-€20 (£7-£22) per singer

Details: 4 - 5.30pm Irish time (BST)

Website: http://www.tembresong.com

Email: tembredecarteret@gmail.com

Run by: Tembre de Carteret, Emily Roblyn and Jess Baker

Contact details: www.facebook.com/tembredecarteretmusic

Further information:

Singing workshop on Zoom with leading facilitators of song in Ireland:
Tembre de Carteret , Emily Roblyn & Jess Baker

On Saturday 3rd October July 4pm-5:30pm (Ireland BST)
From the comfort of your home, garden, bath, lounge or kitchen!

To register : https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAvcO-qpjwjHtwhHbm9s2ODQLPY2hEHoqDQ

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Sliding scale cost €5-€20 to paypal.me/tembresinging or add email tembredecarteret@gmail.com
A collection of heartfelt songs for your nourishment and enjoyment hosted by Tembre from East County Clare, Emily Robyln – originally from Canada, now living in Devon UK – and Jess Baker from Yorkshire, UK.
All are welcome – All songs are taught by ear in a call and response method, no experience needed.
For more information on events go to www.tembresong.com
Our Facilitators of Song:
Tembre de Carteret:
Tembre is hosting the We May Sing Zoom events from her home is County Clare.
Tembre has been leading men, women and children in song in Ireland for 19 years. As a singer she feels blessed that she has been able to have music as her passion and her job. Her roles are as a choir leader, community musician, mentor, early years music educator and performer. Tembre leads in a natural organic way, creating a safe, held and fun space, inclusive of heart and exploration. Tembre has a love and passion for singing, easy melodies and harmonies that is accessible able to all. She will be hosting this event for us all from her home in County Clare where she lives with her family.
www.tembresong.com

Jess Baker:

Jess is a community musician based in Huddersfield. She runs singing workshops in the community, in schools, in hospitals and in prisons. She performs in Prince tribute band Endorphinmachine, in Latin dance band Yellow Goose and as a soloist with her loop pedal under the name a Kaninchen.
https://www.jess-sings.co.uk/
Emily Roblyn:
Emily Robyn is a Canadian born singer, choir leader and composer, who has made her home in Devon where she leads choirs, workshops and singing retreats. She is a member of the Natural Voice Network and has been running choirs for over 17 years. If you know any of her original songs, you’ll know they are beautiful, uplifting and accessible – and a number of them have become favourites of choirs across the UK. Her warmth and enthusiasm for sharing the blessings of singing together shines through in all her teaching.
http://www.emilysinging.com/