DORKING OUTDOOR CHOIR

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For the first time since lockdown we are so pleased to be offering you some face to face singing!!!

Over an eight week term Philippa will guide you back into connection with yourself, each other, and the natural world; supporting mental health and wellbeing and building resiliance as the wheel of the year turns.

Gathering each Saturday around the fire in a peaceful woodland location, you will find the deep calm of guided visualisation, and connect with the landscape and those that came before us through traditional folk music.

In order to work in line with current guidelines spaces will be limited and there will be no 'drop in' spaces available. Termly membership will be available on a first come first served basis, so do make sure you book promptly if you would like to be involved!

Meet Philippa

Philippa discovered folk music in her late twenties and has since been playing the fiddle, singing in folk groups and more recently, leading choirs. Philippa has a background in Drama teaching and Forest School and moved to Dorking in 2015 with her partner and their young son Theo. Philippa loves writing harmony arrangements and firmly believes that everyone has a voice that deserves to be heard!

Contact Philippa on philippa@birchtreechoir.com

 

Booking &Fees

​​Location

The Nower, Dorking. Entrance to woodland is in open field on the right as you come from the Hampstead Lane entrance to the Nower. 

Fees

£10/week, plus a small weekly contribution either of or towards firewood

 FULLY BOOKED

Saturday mornings, 10am-12pm

October 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th

November 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th

Please make sure you download and read this inclusivity statement before booking your place:
Our Saturday morning session is now fully booked, but we would love to run a second session when there is enough interest - please email philippa@birchtreechoir.com and put yourself on the waiting list!

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