Nicola Wydenbach


Working with people with health conditions in particularly mental health, Parkinson's and Long Covid

My choirs

MediSing: Online Singing for People Living with Parkinson’s

Parkinson’s can affect the voice, and recent research has found that singing can improve and strengthen vocal quality as well as being a fun, invigorating, communal activity. So come and join us for vocal exercises to help maintain your voice, as well as singing well-known songs ¬†from the comfort of your own home.

Session times

Every other Friday at 12.30pm

Mind and Soul Community Choir

The Mind & Soul choir was founded in 2006  through an initial grant from the Maudsley Charity to promote mental wellbeing through singing. The choir workshops are currently held on the Maudsley Hospital Site. Our doors are open to anyone, who to lives around SE5 and wants to get involved. A warm welcome awaits you all.

Membership is free and there is no requirement to audition or read music. Just turn up and sing your heart out!

Session times

Wed 6-7pm Term time only

Sing to Beat: Camberwell Skylarks

A sinning group for people living with Parkinson’s. 95% of people diagnosed with Parkinson’s experience vocal issues. Singing has been found to ease symptoms. Come and join us for a fun hour where we also maintain and strengthen our voices.

Session times

Every other Tuesday 11.30-12.30

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