Community choirs and events , one to one teaching , singing for health and wellbeing, mentoring
Rowena is a singer, voice teacher and workshop leader based in Cambridge and is a founder member of the NVN. She has over 30 years’ experience of running voice workshops and residential retreats throughout the UK and beyond with community groups and choirs and in business settings and currently leads ReSound, a performance choir for experienced singers, Global Harmony, a drop-in weekly singing group for connection and wellbeing and Memory Notes, a singing group for people with dementia and their carers. She also teaches one to one singing, singing holidays and retreats, and runs training courses for singing leaders.
She is well known for her engaging and relaxed teaching approach to teaching and is passionate about the positive effect that singing has on individual and community wellbeing. In 1994 she set up Talking in Tune, a Cambridge-based charity which promotes singing and music.
We are a friendly acappella choir of around 36 singers set up in 2010, aimed at people who have some experience in singing. Our singing shows our passion for the magical sound of voices in harmony. We sing traditional and contemporary songs from many musical traditions, creating vibrant, energetic and well crafted performances that inspire our audiences. We are based in Cambridge and perform here and beyond in many different sorts of spaces . We usually sing to raise money for charitable causes.