In The Silence 4:200:00 / 4:20
Love and Compassion 4:440:00 / 4:44
0:00 / 3:13
empty cup 5:430:00 / 5:43
willow 5:360:00 / 5:36
Turn to Water 4:320:00 / 4:32
Rose Chant 4:140:00 / 4:14
Stormy Weather 5:120:00 / 5:12
Woman 3:110:00 / 3:11
The Mermaid 5:020:00 / 5:02
molly bawn 5:560:00 / 5:56
Take Care 3:390:00 / 3:39
Ocean of Grace 6:340:00 / 6:34
requiem 7:080:00 / 7:08
About Katie Rose
I am passionate about creating music that contributes to our collective awareness and wellbeing.
Singing from an early age in churches gave me a profound experience of the power of voice. At the age of 15, I experienced a strong calling to develop and use my voice as a tool of transformation.
Katie creates music which interweaves original material with music from global traditions. She has released three albums and featured on releases including Ankle - The False Beards, Weirdlore (Folk Police) and Echoes From the Mountain (Rif Mountain) and has composed a piece a piece to accompany the award-winning film about the Dalai Lama, Road to Peace. She has also composed and performed original pieces as part of cross-cultural collaborative project Croydon Composers produced by award winning artist Shri Shriram.
Committed to making uplifting experiences of singing accessible and inclusive, Katie has run singing groups for people of diverse ages and backgrounds in community settings for 17 years.
Convinced of the power of song to make a difference in the world, Katie has been a fundraiser for Sing for Water since 2011 and now co-directs the annual mass choral event at the Thames Festival. She has also conducted large scale choral events for St Christopher's Hospice Compassionate Neighbours Programme and London Mozart Players . She directed a week long community arts programme Festival of Peace Croydon 2018, which had as it's centrepiece large-scale community performances of LMP's AnthemForPeace
Katie leads three community choirs - Welcome Choir, Caterham Community Choir, Croydon Carers Choir. She has guest conducted for choirs including Vocality, Mens Singing Workshop at Landmark Arts Centre, Shakti Sings, Sydenham Singers, Vauxhall Voices, Heart of the City, Croydon Community Choir, Many Voices.
An enthusiastic advocate of the health benefits of singing, she has worked in five London hospitals and currently leads two Singing for Wellbeing Groups Lung Songs and HeartSong.
With 18 years experience working with individuals, Katie brings a wealth of experience and a creative toolkit to her coaching practice. As her grandmother was deaf, she grew up with an sensitivity to the needs of those with different abilities. She began working with children with learning disabilities in her teens and ran a holistic therapy practice for seven years with adults in residential care. Honoured to witness the profound wellbeing benefits of sound and song, she has facilitated Sound Therapy sessions for individuals and organisations including RNID, RNIB, Aman Spa at the Connaught Hotel, British Wheel of Yoga and Holistic Healing College. She has supported creatives including film and theatre directors, teachers, therapists and shy singers to find their creative voice, pitch with confidence and manage creative projects.
Committed to broadcasting positive news about the arts, Katie has written articles for fROOTS Magazine, was a regular contributor to The Croydon Citizen and broadcaster on Croydon Radio. When she has a quiet moment she enjoys reading and writing poetry and has hosted and performed at spoken word events including the world premiere of Prophetic Children by Fathieh Saudi at St Ethelburga's Centre for Peace & Reconciliation 2013. One of her poems is published in the collection Poetic Ramblings Through Croydonia
Katie trained in English Literature and Theatre Studies at Leeds University and holds a PTLLS City & Guilds Level 3 in Community Music Leadership and various holistic therapies. She is a fully insured member of the Natural Voice Network.