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Fundraising Workshop For Voices Foundation Raised £691!

Wednesday 25th November 2020

Last night we hosted a workshop in aid of the Voices Foundation, presented by Voice Study Centre Lecturer, Teresa Shaw.

The workshop ‘An Introduction to Coaching and Mentoring’ provided an overview of coaching theories that can be applied within a performance context.

We are proud to announce that we raised £691 in total, with all proceeds going to the charity!

Voices Foundation works alongside teachers and school communities to transform music education, supporting children’s wider skill development and wellbeing through accessible and inclusive singing programmes.

You can find out more about their brilliant work here.

Thank you so much to all who donated and attended!

Teresa Shaw

Teresa has focused on the voice throughout her career. She completed her undergraduate degree in music at Manchester University, her Advanced Diploma in vocal...


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