Sing with Pride are kicking off the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia celebrations with a “Groove is in the Heart” singing workshop with acclaimed ‘choral activist’ Kirsty Martin from Brighton. Come and sing original bluesy tunes, wondrous world harmony and smoky soulful arrangements of great songs – songs of passion, protest and celebration! It’s on Saturday 9th May from 10-3pm at the Friends Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane. Cost £20/£15. Please bring lunch to share and we’ll provide drinks and homemade cake. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.
Kirsty invites us to celebrate our joyful freedom to love and raise our voices in choral splendour in this special, one-day workshop focusing on group harmony, rhythmic fun and global beats.
All welcome – from first timers to the experienced workshop junkie!!
Kirsty describes herself as a ‘choral activist’ and is well known throughout the UK for her spine tingling harmonies and sublime choral compositions, as well as her energising, radical approach to teaching and facilitating workshops. Founding Musical Director for the gloriously notorious Hullabaloo Community Quire in Brighton, and co MD for Raise the Roof Community Choir based in South London, and co-director for GLOW choir (Gay Lesbian Or Whatever) Kirsty is a founding mover and shaker of the Natural Voice Practitioner’s Network and a regular teacher at Laurieston Hall, Unicorn Voice Camp and the National Street Choirs Festival, to name a few!