WILD SINGING CORNWALL
Kelsey will be offering a series of three singing walks this winter/spring. Songs from a rich and varied repertoire collected over the years will deepen and enhance connection with nature. The elements, season, and the wildlife and flora/fauna encountered will all inspire song choices. Expect some original compositions: tailor made songs created through the experience of walking and singing in Cornwall. Find out about Cornwall's unique musical culture through the experience of learning traditional and contemporary Cornish songs.
Friday 15th November 2 - 3.30 pm - Perranuthnoe
Easy going singing walk on this more sheltered coast featuring original songs to celebrate the incredible history of St Michael's Mount and the wildlife of this beautiful stretch of coastpath. A chance to see the Mount from the east side, revealing new apsects of its character.
Friday 17th January 10.30 am - 12 pm - Cape Cornwall
A winters walk which could find us sunning ourselves in Priests Cove, finding shelter in Kenidjack valley or ascending the Cape depending on the conditions on the day.
Followed by tea and song writing brainstorm for those who would like to stay.
Friday 18th April 2- 3.30 pm Botallack
Sing in the new light with songs specially for the occasion. Discover the mining history of this dramatic location through Cornish songs both ancient and modern. Find out what it sounds like to sing in an arsenic tunnel.
All singing will be as a group. Everyone is welcome regardless of experience and there is the choice just to listen. Just come for one walk or book for a whole series. Contact Kelsey for full walk specs and to book. Cost: One walk £15, three walks early bird rate - pay before end October £36, three walks paid after end October £40.