hcmf// Half Term: Indian Singing for children with Satnam Galsian

hcmf// Half Term: Indian Singing for children with Satnam Galsian

Tuesday, 16 February 2021, 11.00am

Looking for something to do over the half term holidays? hcmf// have organised a whole week’s worth of musical activity for your children to enjoy, all free and online!

Monday 15 February – Pots and pans orchestra with Eleanor Cully
Tuesday 16 February – Indian Singing for children with Satnam Galsian
Wednesday 17 February – Interactive music and movement with Maria Harron
Thursday 18 February – Sounds that can heal with Natalie Sharp
Friday 19 February – Arabic singing and movement with Camille Maalawy

The events start everyday at 11am, streaming from our Facebook and YouTube channels, and are a perfect way to entertain your primary aged children. They require no special equipment so you can just tune in and get involved straight away.

We have a kitchen utensils sound exploration on Monday, a family orientated Indian singalong on Tuesday, an interactive music and movement session on Wednesday, a sounds for well-being session on Thursday and we’ll finish the week with a movement and vocals workout in Arabic.

We look forward to seeing you there, please share with your friends!

About the practitioners artists:

Eleanor Cully is a sound artist and music education practitioner
Satnam Galsian is a Punjabi singing and cross cultural music specialist.
Maria Harron is a music therapist and educator.
Natalie Sharp is a multi disciplinary artist specialising in sound.
Camille Maalawy is an opera singer who specialises in singing music from various cultures.

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