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Food for the Soul – Narberth A Cappella Voice Festival

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Narberth’s A Cappella Voice Festival (NAVF) comes to town on the weekend of 15/16 February 2020 at the Queens Hall. This is an uplifting, joyous way to participate in the voice and singing Arts and is the perfect antidote to a bleak February. This presents a unique opportunity over a whole weekend to listen to outstanding performances and participate in signing workshops from around the world.

Saturday Night Concert Headline Act Semi -Toned

Span Arts is all about encouraging engagement and participation in the arts that can bring meaningful experiences, boost wellbeing and enrich the lives of the people living in predominantly rural Pembrokeshire.

“We have many examples of how participation in singing events can bring communities across Pembrokeshire together, and lift your soul, fill your heart and boost your health and wellbeing” says Molara, singing project manager at Span Arts “The Narberth A Capella Voice Festival is a prime example, as are the intergenerational choir Côr Pawb and Caring Choirs projects.”

Irish duo Ye Vagabonds taking part in the Saturday Night Concert and leading an Irish Folk workshop.

This year, these elements will come together under one roof at NAVF 2020 with a really exciting and wide selection of opportunities to participate in the voice and singing arts.

You can come to:

  • a variety of singing workshops being offered over two days featuring Irish/folk, Indian, Corsican, Georgian, Welsh and Looping alongside Molara’s Sing for Wellbeing clinic.
  • A Singing Feast – feeding your belly alongside feeding your soul with performers singing for their supper.
  • A concert with amazing performances from Semi-Toned, Ye Vagabonds Semi Toned (Barbershop harmony), Ye Vagabonds (Irish folk) and Durga Ramakrishnan (Indian)
  • launch of the new singing project Raise Your Voice Pembrokeshire with for a heartfelt performance from Span Arts’ Côr Pawb and Caring Choirs  and take part in an extraordinary one-off Multi-Generational Choir Record Breaking Attempt  that aims to bring people aged from 0 – 99 together to sing in unison and raise funds for local youth and dementia charities.

Come along to NAVF and feel the power of song lift your soul, swell your heart and boost your wellbeing!

Choral Activism Workshop with Kirsty Martin

Tickets are now available www.span-arts.org.uk   or call Span Arts 01834 869323

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