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You can find details of all members here. You can search by location, first name of teacher, or you can click on the link to the map to search an area. You’ll find teachers with a wide variety of skills teaching all kinds of singing and voice-work.
Links to members' websites and social media are included in their full details.
With many years experience of voice work, Ailsa facilitates the creation of original beautiful sounds using a variety of techniques & working methods. Ailsa believes everyone can sing & she aims to inspire everyone she works with. Ailsa works with Early Years and primary schools delivering curriculum Music Lessons and Whole Class . . . Full details for Ailsa Nicholson >>
I am an active singer and composer running workshops and inclusive musical experiences for all! My approach emphasises fun, creativity and participation. . . . Full details for Aisling O'Gorman >>
Ali Burns is a hugely experienced workshop leader whose first love is writing music. She has built her workshop reputation by teaching work she has composed. She also runs workshops in songwriting and harmony for beginners. “My work is all about people singing together in harmony. I love the way that singing . . . Full details for Ali Burns >>
Popular teacher, choir director, arranger and vocalist; extensive singing workshop experience with all ages in many settings. Co-directs "Gasworks Choir" with Dee Jarlett. Runs "Sing Your Socks Off" events and holidays. Director of Sing for Water West. . . . Full details for Ali Orbaum >>
Friendly & inspiring teacher leading vibrant Community Choirs in Pershore & Winchcombe. Alice also runs the annual Community Choirs Festival in Stratford together with Hilary Davies. Currently on sabbatical in New Zealand. . . . Full details for Alice Robin >>
Directs both the Crediton & the Exeter University World Music Choirs. Both are warm-hearted, non-auditioned, secular and sing songs from the world over. Also author of "Singing for Snorers" a singalong CD throat exercise programme (singingforsnorers.com) . . . Full details for Alise Ojay >>
I'm a text & voice coach, 7 years at the RSC, & just as I love sharing Shakespeare, I love to share songs & sounds. There's no joy like raising your voice with others. . . . Full details for Alison Bomber >>
Unicorn Voice Camp teacher, Co founder/co ordinator of ' Voice of Devon', Community choir and workshop leader (12 years). Heartful fun songs and rounds from around the world. Singer, songwriter and musician (piano). B.Ed Hons Estill levels 1 and 2 . . . Full details for Alison Whittall >>
A lifelong communicator, over the last ten years I have enjoyed singing with NVPN teachers and singers, and am now eager to share what I have learned. . . . Full details for Amanda Potter >>
I'm a part-time primary teacher and art psychotherapist who loves to sing. I've been involved with community choirs for the last 16 years. I am presently musical director of Bradford Voices Community Choir as well as running singing workshops- 'The HeArt of Singing' . . . Full details for Anahita Hayrabedian >>
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Kerry wrote this song in 1998 for Australia's first Sorry Day to the Stolen Generations of Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islanders,on behalf of all of us whose hearts ache when we think of the pain the children and communities suffered and the pain which they still endure today.
This inspiring compilation of warm-up songs written by NVPN members all over the UK comes as a book with 3 CDs of the separate parts for 65 songs. There are songs to suit all groups, and they pay tribute to the hugely rich diversity of our expanding Network. You can find more details of To Grace The Earth on our Resources page.