Events & Courses
Singing for Health Network: Introduction Webinar
24 February 2021
The Singing for Health Network hosts this webinar to introduce themselves, its aims, funding opportunities and how you can get involved in the shaping of the network moving forward

The Singing for Health Network (UK) has emerged following several years of development and identified gaps. The Network seeks to provide a bridge between research and practice, making research accessible and useful to practitioners. It will also support and platform emerging researchers and their work.

The Network aims to support the Singing for Health movement, through supporting opportunities for sharing and consolidating intelligence and resources.

The introduction webinar will:

  • share the aspirations and intentions of the Network
  • outline the results of a survey we ran in the Autumn of 2020 on what people want from the Network
  • launch the new website and its membership structure
  • consult further on how the Network can best support the sector
  • launch a very exciting funding opportunity from Voice Workshop (in partnership with the University of Wales Trinity St David)


We are delighted to be joined by Victoria Hume - Director of CHWA (Culture, Health and Well-being Alliance), Professor Grenville Hancox (one of the UKs first Singing for Health researchers and practitioners) and Dr Hilary Moss from the University of Limerick.


>> This webinar is free to attend.


For more information and to book, please visit:


Venue Details:
Online via Zoom