Singing for your Soul
A weekend of music, nature and shared creativity
Recharge and re-centre through song at Four Winds.
This two-day workshop explores the concept of the journey, sharing of stories and opening the soul to the power of music and lyrics. This program is all about humanity, the search for meaning and the joy of coming together through song. It is about positive affirmation and will reinforce the fact that singing is good for you!
Commence each morning with a gentle yoga/mindfulness/tai chi session to centre yourself ready for the singing workshop.
A nourishing vegetarian lunch and delicious morning tea will be provided within the ticket price
Suitable for people who love to sing of all ages and abilities.
Paul Jarman – workshop leader
Paul has had music performed in events including the London Olympics, Rugby World Cup, Centenary of Federations, Australia Day Finale and for President Barack Obama in the White House. He features as one of 7 composers selected to compose music for the 400th Anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare, and is the only composer in the world to have written a piece that premiered under the Menin Gate in Ypres, for the soldiers of the Somme in the Great War. His songs are about explorers, mountaineers, pioneers, leaders and dreamers, innovators, risk takers and those who make a difference to the world.
‘He inspires creativity wherever he goes!’
– Ruth Friend, Take Note Music Publisher, Head of Music St Kevin’s
‘Paul’s energy, his ability to quickly connect with people from all walks of life and backgrounds, and his musical skills are breathtaking to watch and be part of.’
– The Bunbury Men of Song
Generously supported by Musica Viva