SINGING4HEALTH delivers singing activities for a wide range of beneficiaries, with a health related approach.
THE PRIMARY BENEFICIARIES of Singing4Health are people who risk becoming isolated because of age, disability, or the demands of a role as carer. Also nurses, student nurses, and other healthcare professionals will also benefit from this project both as participants and as trainees. And also any group or community at risk of discrimination or unfair treatment for any reason, or who want to sing together with a focus on their health, wellbeing and socialization.
The most important thing about this approach is that you feel good participating, so we take into consideration your needs and well-being prior to the demands and stresses of being focused in public performances.
SINGING is good for everyone and everybody should be invited to having singing as part of their lives. Singing is also an excellent tool for working with groups of people that are very diverse, and develop their integration and interaction in the ensemble.
SINGING4HEALTH PROVIDES training and resources for focusing in a holistic approach to singing for well-being.
SINGING4HEALTH OFFERS consultancy services to organizations and community groups on the field of music and well-being.
“Gareth Malone, the choirmaster and presenter of BBC’s The Choir,
has nothing on Soriano.”
Patrick Strudwick on The Guardian, 2013 (Article about Positive Voices Choir, a choir for people living with HIV)