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Try New Things – Singing and Voice Therapy with Debbie Sowter

June 28 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Try New Things is our monthly creative workshops where you can try something arty, have fun and discover new talents!

We’re bringing our workshops to you – all our sessions are free and online.

This month’s we’re bringing you a Singing and Vocal Therapy session with Debbie Sowter.

 

Join Debbie Sowter and find out how you can use your voice and singing to feel better – standing or sitting down.

 

In the session, Music Specialist Debbie Sowter will use singing exercises and vocal techniques to help you with your health and well-being.

You can learn how to do Breath-work techniques, Vocal Warm-Ups and Vocal Development exercises to help develop and free your voice.

You can then practice Voice and Movement exercises which are relaxing and can balance your mind, body and emotions.

 

You will need:

 

What you’ll need:

  • A space to safely move around.
  • A chair or seat.
  • Comfortable clothes to wear.

 

This project can be done by all ages.

 

Debbie’s film will go live on our Ideas Test YouTube channel at 11 am (BST) on Sunday 28th May 2020 where you can either watch live or watch later at a time to suit you.

Don’t worry – we’ll post the link here very soon!

 

About Debbie

Debbie Sowter is  Independent Music Specialist and founder of Together Talking Music.

She has many roles from being an Instrumental/Singing Teacher, Choral Animateur, Songwriter, Consultant, Mentor, Teacher Trainer, Facilitator and Inclusive Arts Practitioner.

In 2019, Debbie was the Choral Leader for Sea Folk Sing, Ideas Test’s music and wellbeing project for those aged 55+.

She is also currently studying for a Diploma in Holistic Group Voice Therapy with the British Academy of Sound Therapy.

Debbie also works as a Music Facilitator in UK prisons with the multi-award winning In-House Records Label (in partnership with the Ministry of Justice, Radio 1 and Universal Records), that helps improve the lives of prisoners and their behaviour through music and songwriting.

Debbie is based in Kent.

www.togethertalkingmusic.co.uk

You can also find Debbie on Twitter at @TogethTalkMusic

Venue

YouTube

Organiser

Ideas Test