Kay lives in Girton, Cambridge. She has enjoyed singing for as long as she can remember. She is a qualified teacher and amongst other things has worked as a counselor and facilitated training for groups of adults.
In September 2002 she attended Frankie Armstrong’s Natural Voice training. Kay is currently involved in a variety of voice projects and groups, and also gives one-to-one lessons. She is married to Dave and has three grown-up children. The family has two dogs and in her spare time she also takes on dog-minding duties.
Drop in and Sing
A drop-in session held on Tuesday lunchtimes in term time.
Venue: St Andrew’s Church, Girton, Cambridge. Disabled access.
Time: 12.30 to 2.00pm
Cost: £7 per session, £6 concessions.
Explore your voice through gentle physical and vocal warm ups, leading into songs from a variety of cultures. This is a small friendly group. No previous musical experience is necessary, as everything is taught by ear. The emphasis is on fun!
Open Your Voice
Occasional day or half-day retreat-style workshops held in a relaxed, homely environment. An opportunity to get to know your voice more deeply, learn some uplifting songs, and spend a day with like-minded people. The shared lunch (and relaxation afterwards) are always a highlight.
Feedback from a recent group member:
‘Just wanted to say a huge thank you – your class was fantastic – I felt so invigorated after the class – you have a brilliant way of encouraging everyone to feel safe and have a great laugh too!’
Available by arrangement with Kay. Usually £35 per hour.
Gift vouchers for birthday and Christmas presents, promises auctions etc. are also available.
Singing the Labyrinth
In 2011 Kay trained as a labyrinth facilitator with international labyrinth organisation Veriditas. She runs labyrinth themed retreats, quiet days and workshops, including ‘Singing the Labyrinth’. You can find out more at http://www.kayspathway.com
Other Voice Projects
Kay is available, by arrangement, to lead ongoing or one-off voice sessions. Previous projects include ‘Street Voices’, a performance group for homeless and ex-homeless people living in Cambridge. Visit http://www.streetvoices.org.uk to find out more about the group.