If you’re interested in joining a community choir in September 2021 please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll keep you up to date.
What Lorna says about the singing videos and future group:
I think, whether you’ve got a musical background or not, everyone has something unique to contribute and gain from taking part in singing and music making. Whether you’ve been singing your whole life or just occasionally belting it out in the shower, we all benefit when we come together through music. I have lots of experience in working with adults with dementia and Alzheimer’s, children and adults with disabilities, as well as those experiencing mental distress. I tailor music sessions to the needs of the individual or group, so no matter what your background, age or ability, if you have something to express, or simply, a curiosity about singing… you’re always welcome to join the ‘Singing with Lorna’ music workshops and connect with wider community of groovy and musical people. We might be a part just now, but we can always come together in song.
I’m a musician based in the southside of Glasgow, I work with lots of different groups leading singing and music workshops for all ages and abilities. I believe passionately in the power of music: how it can be a tool that brings people together, even at a time when we are a part. It can help give expression to a thought, a feeling or an emotion. It can help put us at ease during a difficult time. Most of all, it can help form connections with ourselves and our sense of self, as well as connections with other people and our community.
You can find some of Lorna’s singalong video tutorials via our Facebook and Youtube channels. In the meantime, here’s an example below!