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The Reverend Professor June Boyce-Tillman MBE is currently Professor of Applied Music at The University of Winchester and an Extraordinary Professor at North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa. She is the artistic convenor of the Centre for the Arts as Wellbeing at Winchester University, a self-supporting priest in the Anglican Church, and an honorary chaplain to Winchester Cathedral. In 2009 she received an MBE for her services to Music and Education.
Professor Boyce-Tillman has an expertise in music in spirituality, education, liturgy and healing, as well as gender issues in the holistic practice.
Dr Christopher Hutchison has more than 35 years experience of teaching and research and special interests in e-heritage and digital curation, ethnoepistemology, and social remembering. Initially a Linguistics graduate, with a MSc in Intelligent Knowledge-Based Systems and PhD in Cognitive Linguistics, he has lectured at the University of Sussex, Kingston University, the University of East Anglia, Nottingham Trent University, Université Mohamed V (Rabat), and the University of Amsterdam.
Chris has worked on digital heritage projects for Historic Royal Palaces, amongst others.
Maria Soriano trained as a classical singer, graduated in History and director of Singing4Health CIC, she specializes in Singing for Health and Wellbeing, having trained in Singing for Breathing for people living with COPD, Singing for the Brain for people living with Parkinsons and Dementia, mental health awareness and Public Health. Maria has delivered training sessions for music teachers and occasional lectures for Kingston University Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education. Maria is director of Singing4Health CIC and promotes voice and communication workshops through Voice Magic.