Just one of the families (and a friend) who came along to our very first Family Singing workshop at The King’s High School Warwick on Sunday morning. We had a perfect mix of children, parents and grandparents and the sessions were full of fun and enjoyment. Our next adult ‘Singing for Health’ workshop is on […]
Really looking forward to our first Family Singing workshop. We have adults and children signed up in equal numbers so it is looking perfect. All taking place this Sunday 21 January 10.00am – 12.30pm at the King’s High School hall.
Our last blog post before Christmas features the very seasonal looking wellbeing choir from Coten End Primary School who have been out and about all over the place including Warwick Hospital and a local supermarket!
Residents at Park View residential home were delighted to welcome children from Westgate Primary School – and there were lots of them. The wellbeing choir and all of year 4 made it a very special Christmas singalong.
Our lovely photo shows Choral Entrepreneur Cerys Purser with children from Woodloes Primary School at the very first Warwick – A Singing Town wellbeing visit to Warwick Hospital. The children sang all round the hospital to patients on wards and even to ambulance crew and their first comment was – “when can we come back”?
The health benefits of singing have never been more widely acknowledged and researched. Our Singing for Health programme is led by Choral Entrepreneur Cerys Purser and she is setting up some very exciting projects with a range of partners. Our poster promotes Sing for Joy, a singing for health group set up in partnership with
The Big Local Night Out no. 4 Our singing in the community project The Big Local Night Out took place on Friday October 20 and featured once again the young singers of the Junior Girls from the Warwickshire Youth Choirs singing alongside local community choir Singing for Pleasure. It is wonderful to see members of
A Schools’ Singing Showcase A major theme of Warwick – A Singing Town has always been to commission brand new songs to celebrate Warwick and the Singing Town project. This ambition was realised in a wonderful performance of ‘Weaving Warwick’s Stories’ by over 300 children from nine local partner schools at Warwick Hall on July