Katie Rose

Katie loves singing and helping people sing.

Described by The Guardian as a ‘fine singer‘ and by fROOTS Magazine as ‘an eye (and ear) opener,‘ Katie is an innovative singer, musician and facilitator.  She is passionate about creating uplifting, inclusive and accessible experiences of sound and song for groups and individuals.  She has lead singing groups in hospitals, offices, schools, yurts and festival fields across London and beyond.  She also coaches individuals to help them discover and fully express their creative voice.

‘Katie is seriously fantastic and a force to be reckoned with.’
– James Wyatt, Singing for Breathing Northampton
Katie is honoured to witness the benefits of singing for patients with cardiac, respiratory and renal patients and has led sessions for The Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospital, St Georges Hospital and The Whittington Hospital.  She co-founded HeartSong, a singing group for Cardiac Friends with her father, also an avid singer.

Katie is the founding leader of Crystal Palace Transition Town Choir and Croydon Carers Choir.  She has led sessions for choirs including St Christopher’s Hospice Choir, Croydon Community Choir, Heart of the City, Many Voices, Raise the Roof at the Horniman Museum, Shakti Sings and Sydenham Singers.

Katie co-directed Sing for Water at The Thames Festival in 2017, having previously co-ordinated large scale choral fundraisers for WaterAid.

Katie has released three albums of music and composed a piece for Road to Peace, a film about the Dalai Lama.  She writes and broadcasts for local and international media.

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