Singing Workshops at the Museum led by Rowena Whitehead
30 September 2013 – 20 January 2014
Monday evenings 6-8pm
Discover untold stories through your voice!
In our workshops we will explore stories of objects through singing songs connected and inspired by them. The music featured will include both traditional and contemporary styles as well as some composed by the group.
You don’t need to be an experienced singer or be able to read music. Enthusiasm and curiosity are all you need!
The programme will culminate in a performance with ReSound A Cappella Choir at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology on 20 January 2014.
Dates of workshops:
About Rowena Whitehead: Passionate about creating a sense of community and connection through singing, Rowena is a skilled facilitator and teacher with twenty years experience. She is well known throughout the UK and beyond for her relaxed and engaging approach. In 2004 she set up Talking in Tune the Cambridge Community Music Charity. She is a visiting lecturer in voice at Westcott College and Anglia Ruskin University and a Singing for the Brain leader with the Alzheimer’s Society. For more information please visit www.rowenawhitehead.co.uk
Suitable for ages 16+
This course is now fully booked, please contact Liz Haslemere at the museum on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01223 333516 should you wish to be put on the waiting list.
Kindly supported by Cambridge City Council.