Creative Croydon Choirs
Creating Community Through Song, Story & The Art
Katie Rose leads sessions for
Croydon Carers Choir & Caterham Community Choir
She has also facilitated sessions at Croydon University Hospital, Forest Schools, Cotelands PRU and Croydon Community Choir.
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Croydon Carers Choir
Croydon Carers Choir
Bi-Monthly Wednesdays, 10.30-11.45 am
This has really lifted me and cheered me up.
I'm feeling so much better - S.
Sing your heart out with our friendly guided singing group!
No experience necessary, just come along and join the fun.
Free for Croydon Carers - no need to book, just drop in!
Carers Information Centre
24 George Street, Croydon, CR0 1PB
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“I rewrote the song lyrics because the centre is one of the biggest strokes of luck I've ever had and it has transformed my life. ”
Caterham Community Choir
Sing Sing Sing
For The Love Of Singing!
Led by Sarah Fisher & Katie Rose
Founded by Catherine Pestano
Your enthusiasm and skill in getting us all singing are inspiring. Before I came, I thought I would like to sing but I didn’t realise just how much fun it would be, and how exciting it feels as all the voices start working together. It is exhilarating!
Tuesdays 7-9pm, de Stafford School
Burntwood Lane, Caterham, Surrey, CR3 5YX
£5 adults/ £2.50 concessions. Full term rates also available
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Creative Croydon Community Music Projects
“Croydon Community Choir, led by the gifted and gracious Katie Rose, who opened proceedings with a wassailing song, Wassail The Silver Apple. It was this song which for me gave the afternoon its flavour: sweet, serious, haunting and wild.”
- Suzy Strudwick, Croydon Youth Forest Project Manager
“Many thanks for the delightful afternoon of singing, learning and gaining a measure of confidence. You were simply wonderful and everyone enjoyed the session.”
— - The Other Half Parkinsons Support Group
“Watching and listening as she encouraged and instructed us, it came to me not for the first time that there’s something shamanic about Katie.”
“I wanted to celebrate World Voice Day because I really feel that we can share peace together through our voices and sometimes in society there is little peace, there’s a lot of war out there, so to harmonise together and to move together and to praise in sound, that’s what it feels like a praising in sound together – it’s the solution. And I feel that my heart is warmed a lot from the experience.”
— - Sherine, participant, World Voice Day April 2015
“I’m sure that’s done me the world of good... It gives me confidence that you all care ”
— Patient and his wife at Croydon University Hospital