Singing Group Planning Resource

This singing and health workshop template¬†was developed over a period of time, and it was influenced by conversations and training sessions with other community musicians and singing leaders. I used it to plan participatory group singing sessions, particularly when leading singing with people with dementia as part of The Alzheimer’s Society Singing for the Brain programme. Please feel free to download it and use it, as you find it useful.Screen shot 2014-05-26 at 18.39.25

 

 

2 thoughts on “Singing Group Planning Resource

  1. Peter Walker

    Hi Rachel!

    Just came across the CD you made of our group at North Leigh. Also found the bookmark you made with your website on it so I thought I would get in touch. Hope you are keeping well – and busy! Mike and Gwen, Jim and Eileen and I still sing with the Eynsham Choral Society. I sometimes meet the little old lady whose name I can never remember. Was it Sheila or Sarah? – the actress who gets occasional parts in advertisements. She attends Combe Church and I sometimes sing in the choir there. I can’t really remember the others. To be honest, there are a lot of things I can’t remember these days; I think I can blame Anno Domini (or is that one of the pieces we used to sing?)

    Best wishes,

    Peter

  2. Gwen clark

    Just found you and your helpful site as I start a Singing for the Brain next month without any training.i am very pleased and grateful.i have experience with children but was searching for action songs for adults and find your plan very useful
    Thank you
    Gwen

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