Join music therapist Kate Geller for a singing circle where you will “sing for yourself” within a supportive community of singers. Using tone, rhythm, melody, harmony and groove to explore musical landscapes, this workshop will soothe your soul, synchronize your heart beat with others, elevate endorphins and release oxytocin (“the friendship chemical” or the “social bonding” hormone). Open to all levels of musical experience. We encourage you to bring a friend.
Kate Richards Geller (MA, MT-BC, LCAT) is a music therapist and vocal improviser who is well-known for keen listening, creating safety in a group, facilitating freedom within structure, and supporting personal expression. The focus of her work involves interactive singing as a bridge to self-expression, communication, and community-building in medical settings, community centers, and therapeutic pre-schools. Her esteemed teachers include Diane Austin, Lisa Sokolov, Renée Manning, Rhiannon and Silvia Nakkach.
Tickets are non-refundable.