Katie Rose Bio
Described by The Guardian as a 'fine singer,' and 'an eye (and ear) opener' by fRoots Magazine, Katie loves singing and helping people sing.
Her new album Flame, follows three previous albums and releases including a song to accompany Road to Peace, a film about the Dalai Lama. She has collaborated with artists including Gill Manly, Tom Morley, Shri Sriram, The False Beards and Barefoot Doctor.
Committed to making the wellbeing benefits of singing accessible and inclusive, Katie leads choirs in community settings including hospitals, hospices and carers centres. Convinced of the power of singing to make waves in the world, she directs mass choral events including Sing for Water, an annual fundraiser for WaterAid and Festival of Peace Croydon 2018. A fully insured, DBS checked member of the Natural Voice Network, Katie believes everyone has a voice and is committed to leading safe, inclusive, diverse choirs with people of all genders, cultures and creeds.
With 20 years experience of coaching music, film, theatre & TV professionals, Katie brings an innovative and holistic approach to voice work, helping individuals unlock the power, joy and magic of their true voice.
Committed to broadcasting positive news about the arts, Katie has written for Croydon Citizen, fRoots Magazine, Turning Point Magazine and her poetry has been published in two collections. She has broadcast for Croydon Radio and launched her Vocal Revolution Zoomcast during lockdown 2020.
Photo Credit: The Woman & The Wolf 2020