Thursday 7 June | 10.00am – 4.00pm registration from 9.30am
Singing for Health Conference
(William Byrd's Elizabethan vision on the value of singing)
Seeing the heart and lungs in action. A conference examining the benefits of Singing to Physical Health
£15 (£5 Full Time Students) price includes lunch and refreshments.
Join us for a stimulating and active day, led by musicians and clinicians, exploring Byrd’s ideas through performances, group participation, discussions and lectures – offering new insights into the benefits of singing, supported by contemporary research and practical demonstrations.
Led by Professor Stephen Clift, Director Sidney De Haan Centre, with colleagues including Vivien Ellis, Robert Hollingworth, Dr Rickard Åström and Dr John Dickinson.
“Since singing is so good a thing, I wish all men would learn to sing”
William Byrd: 1588
“Singing in a group lifts my spirits like nothing else .. it makes us feel better”
Cuppa and A Chorus: Spring 2018
Full details from www.ncem.co.uk/byrd