Lea Morris SoulFolk Singing Workshop – MILTON KEYNES
Open Voices are delighted to host this event – an amazing opportunity to come and sing with Lea Morris, a talented SoulFolk musician who brings community together through song.
Born in the USA, she now lives in Germany and is coming to the UK to do an 18 day tour.
Lea will be leading a workshop on Thursday 12th October, at 6.30-9pm, at The Open University Library in Milton Keynes.
She will be teaching us her own compositions, everything will be learnt by ear and heart, so no need to read music. All welcome regardless of experience.
This is a unique opportunity to sing with a foremost contemporary natural voice composer.
Lea is one of 8 composers who wrote songs for the Natural Voice Network as part of the 2022 Black Composers Commissioning Project.
To see her in action (teaching ‘Be the Light’ on Youtube!!) Go HERE
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Event Location:Open University Library, Betty Boothroyd Library, Walton Hall,, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK7 6AA, UK
The workshop is on the ground floor of the library and is fully accessible.
There are disabled toilets on the ground floor.
There is a car park next to the library.
We recommend you bring refreshments. There are vending machines and a water fountain on the ground floor of the library.
There is a car park next to the library and other car parks on The Open University campus.
We are a network of people who work with voice and song, and who believe that singing is everyone's birthright, regardless of musical experience or ability. Find out about the NVN on their website https://www.naturalvoice.net/
Victoria Stead has been a Natural Voice practitioner since 2010 and leads 3 singing circles - Open Voices in Milton Keynes, and Rising Voices and Mamas Voices in Leighton Buzzard and leads singing workshops.