Angela Reith - Harefield Hospital
Angela divides her time between playing the piano, leading singing workshops, composing, singing, song-writing, music-directing, music therapy and much more – but not all at the same time!
In 2000 she started the weekly Voices Singing Workshops in her local area for all-comers, regardless of ability. This was the start of her work in the growing area of group singing for enjoyment and well-being. She has continued this work up to the present day in different forms, including leading ‘Singing for Breathing’ sessions at Harefield Hospital, conducting Yerbury Community Choir in north London, and leading a singing group in a sheltered housing scheme in central London for the Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Centre. She is a member of the Natural Voice Practitioners Network.
In 2006 Angela qualified as a music therapist from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and she has worked as a music therapist with adolescents, both in an NHS acute adolescent mental health unit and in a local authority children’s secure home.
Angela is also writes, performs and records her own material both solo and as a founding member of the Anam Cara vocal trio.
Jo Foster - Royal Brompton Hospital
Profile coming soon
For more information on singing for breathing please contact the Arts team:
Vicki, Annabelle & Jenni
0207 352 8121 x 4087