Corporate team building singing workshops

Essential Tips for Professional Voice Users

How to recognise voice problems     by Helen Astrid, Dip. RAM, Choir Leader | Workshop facilitator | Speaker The voice is our main form of communication, though very few people apart from singers and actors, receive any training. In addition, there is a lack of awareness about the proper care and maintenance of this most

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The Science of the Workplace Choir

Photo appears by kind permission from LBRuT Neurosurgeons use music to enhance concentration and armies use music to coordinate movements and increase cooperation. Athletes use music to increase stamina and motivation, while workers use music to improve attention and vigilance. It’s no surprise that singing is now being used in the workplace to increase health

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Helen Astrid leading the LBRUT choir rehearsal

Singing Transforms your Team

Singing Boosts Workplace Harmony In the words of Oscar Wilde, “Success is a science; if you have the right conditions, you get the results!” Let’s investigate how music and singing can help you get the results from your employees. Singing connects us on a deep visceral level with many proven benefits for both individuals and

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Corporate Health and Well-Being Benefits

Lots of us enjoy singing and perhaps this means a quick tune in the bath or warble when doing the housework. Or maybe you just love to belt out a song at the local Karaoke night. It might surprise you to know that you’re not just having fun, you’re also helping yourself to keep fit,

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The World’s Coolest Workplace Perks! Try Singing…

Alice Coleman speaks so succinctly in yesterday’s Guardian. 11 February 2016: Singing as a group has a positive effect on team dynamics, as automotive company Alphabet discovers when it formed its own choir. The 20-strong Alphabet Choir practises at work and performs at key company events throughout the year. A few tears have been shed

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The Winner Takes it All

This article first appeared in the Huffington Post on the 11th September 2015. Music and sport are the perfect marriage; they are made for each other. The benefits of using music in sport and exercise is not new. Music grabs our attention, causing a reaction and it even changes how we feel. It can also

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