Fri, 9th December, 2016 from 10:00 AM, in London
Come and sing about the resource you know most – yourself! Regardless of your skill and fear level, let us learn together using the power of musical improvisation. It continues our musical theme this year.
You are warmly invited to a fun and hopefully insightful day of improvised autobiographical musical story-telling in our last London event of 2016. I know that you are committed to your long term personal development and, if you are anything like me, you might be thinking this will help you jump (hopefully joyfully) into your learning zone.
Heather Urquhart and Joe Samuel will lead us this time. They are specialists in musical improvised comedy and they hope we will revel in our own spontaneity and creativity. You can see more about them on their website:
We hope this event will be fun, that we will all learn some tools about improvised singing and use these to grow our creativity and sense of spontaneity. We will also be celebrating 14 years of Sadler Heath events.
We will start at 10am and finish at 4ish (it is improvisation after all) and enjoy the lovely lunch that Kay at the Amadeus Centre always offers. It might even be followed by a seasonal libation in a local hostelry.
As always with Sadler Heath, the session will be experiential and experimental. While they have been specialists in their field for over 10 years, Heather and Joe will also be working on their learning edge. We will all have opportunities to meet and work with others also committed to their development and we notice that deep connections are often formed at our events.
Jeremy Keeley, will moderate this session. It will be lovely to see (and hear!) you there.
Date, time and venue
Date(s) - 09/12/2016
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Amadeus Centre
50 Shirland Road
London, W9 2JA