Keen to support everyone in exploring their voices, especially people who say they can’t sing, Corinne runs regular series of singing workshops to support people in finding their authentic voice. The sessions may start by inviting participation in light hearted warm-ups, games and experiments with the spontaneous sounds we create, which for people new to singing can encourage that shy voice that you never knew you had to blossom and grow and for the more regular singer to extend a voice in ways you may not have tried before!
From the freedom of exploring creatively, we move to learning songs with separate parts assisted by Corinne’s clear teaching and gentle support, enabling us all to enjoy the beauty of singing in harmony with songs that emphasise all that we share in common from diverse sources, eras and cultures. Research on the relationship between music and health highlights the mental and physical health benefits of singing together with others and general feel-good factor, so do come along and see what singing might do for you.
Corinne’s fascination with sounds has been there as long as she can remember, experimenting with harmony and chord progressions, composing and arranging for voice and instruments, and a continuing quest to explore the interplay between music and healing and the positive effects participating in music making can have on mood.
Corinne has developed and run a wide variety of community music projects, composed, arranged for and played with many different bands on keyboard and tenor sax, in horn sections in funk and big bands, sang with Acappella group She Boom, busked and performed across London, at festivals and further afield with all women street band Blow Crazy.
Corinne is looking forward to meeting everyone who would like to join the singing workshops, where all are welcome.