The Health Research Institute, PART-IM (Participatory and Arts-Based Methods for Involving Migrants in Research) cluster, at the University of Limerick, will host ‘Singing with the Voices of the World: A Day of Online Workshops on Singing, Health and Working with Global Voices’ on 14 November 2020.
This is a one-day introduction to singing, health and cultural inclusivity featuring expert facilitators from Musicians Without Borders, Sing Up! UK, the American Institute of Music and Healing, and well-known Irish conductor and media personality, David Brophy.
Singing with the Voices of the World features musicians, conductors, community and health workers who are passionate about the role of the voice in health and wellbeing, with a particular focus on cultural inclusivity and diversity. This day long series of online workshops is for clinical practitioners, researchers, community musicians, music therapists, music educators, performers, and anyone who loves to sing.
This free event also introduces a five-week training programme on singing with diverse cultural groups which will take place in spring 2021 with Musicians Without Borders, and is the second in a series of public events coordinated by the PART-IM cluster on singing and arts-based research with diverse cultural groups.
Saturday 14 November 2020
10:00 – 16:00 GMT