HeartSong Collective
www.heartsong.org.uk
  
   

HeartSong Collective is an assembly of singers and musicians in Malvern dedicated to encourage singing in the community.  We feel that singing is the birthright of everyone and can help build community, promote self confidence and heal us.  

Explore your voice with Julia in her SongS P A C E, experience the exhilaration of harmonies with Jonathan in his Natural Harmony workshops, or embark on a magical journey of mantra chanting with Madhava's Bhajans.  All songs are learnt by ear - so you there is no need to read music.

  
  

SongS P A C E  with  Julia Palmer-Price 

A class for singers of all ages and abilities to come and find, explore, re-discover and develop their unique voice; through seasonal sing-a-long songs, chants, hymns, hums and perhaps a lullaby or three.  Led by songstress Julia who believes everybody can sing!
Friday morning family session during term times 
at Elmslie House   (confirm dates on Julia's page)
Tuesday Mornings at The Malvern Cube
Class for Tots 10-11am (pre-schooler’s)
And for ALL Sorts 11am-12noon (grown-ups!)

more:   www.heartsong.org.uk/songspace

  

Natural Harmony  with  Jonathan Penley 

A session of harmonies and rounds in in the 'natural voice' tradition.  Ideal for people who have done some singing, and would like to experience the exhilaration of singing harmony in a group.  Experienced singers are most welcome!  All songs are taught by ear - so no need to read music.

Tuesday evenings at Malvern Cube
Starts again in September 2018  
(confirm dates on Jonathan's page)

more:   www.heartsong.org.uk/naturalharmony 

  

Bhajans  with  Madhava Das

Madhava sings bhajans - devotional chants accompanied by himself on harmonium with occasional other musicians.  You can come and listen - and join in singing as and when you want.  Printed sheets with words are provided.

more sessions planned for  
autumn 2018
watch this space!
(see Madhava's page)

directions & more details:   www.heartsong.org.uk/bhajans

  

 

  
Page last updated: 24 May 2018    |   website design: Jonathan Penley