In this workshop we sing simple, juicy, life affirming songs, songs of gratitude, songs of devotion, songs of celebration, heart songs, soul songs, mantras & chants from around the world. We sing for fun, we sing for joy and we sing to open our hearts, enliven our spirits and free our souls.
Whether you love to sing or long to sing then come and explore yourself in breath, in voice, in silence and in rich harmony. Simple songs taught by ear in a fun informal atmosphere. This workshop has come out of the desire to take my Glastonbury based Sacred Songs Choir, ‘Succulent Humm’ to a wider audience.
These workshops are based in an embodied exploration of presence, breath, connection, vocal harmony and silence. I teach simple juicy sacred songs from around the world, I get people moving, feeling, singing and sounding from different parts of themselves. Although they are beautiful singing workshops they are also so much more…
The next Singing In The Sacred workshops are:
Dates are in the planning stage – or you can invite me to run a workshop in your area – contact me.
Cardiff, Wales – 29th November – 7.00pm – 9.45pm
Cathays Sports & Social Club, Cardiff, CF24 4HZ
Cost: £10 pre paid or £12 on the door
To book Contact Sue – singing@suellar or 07974 090003
Here is what some of the members say about the workshops:
My experience of Peter, is that he is a totally committed and inspiring teacher who achieves great harmony in his singing groups. Even with people who are new to singing. I highly recommend attending his singing groups if you want to be uplifted and inspired.
I have plenty of experience of singing with choirs where the group can be tense and competitive. But Peter has such a lovely way of working that brings out the best in people. This non-judgmental approach is so refreshing. I feel that a sacred space is being made with beautiful harmonies that lift the heart.
Thank you Peter, with blessings, Morgan
Peter is charismatic and charming and has a well educated ear. He also brings to his teaching a gentle touch that seems to bring out the voice in even the shyest and quietest of singers.
Gilly Montgomery, a formerly shy singer