WORKSHOP: A Circle of Songs (Final session)
Date: Friday 29 July
Times: 10am-12pm and 1pm-3pm
Venue: Dewsbury Minster, Vicarage Road, Dewsbury, WF12 8DD
Ticket price: Free (booking recommended)
Age guidance: All welcome (children under 16 should be accompanied by an adult)
For access information, contact the venue on: 01924 457 057
‘A Circle of Songs’ concludes at Dewsbury Minster. Satnam and Jess invite you to join them for a sharing of all the different songs covered throughout the workshop series. Come along, listen, join in and have fun!
Note: the session will run from 10am-12pm and 1pm-3pm – you are welcome to attend the whole day or just for the morning or afternoon.
Please see our What’s On page and click on ‘list’ for details of all workshops with Satnam and Jess, and also with other workshop tutors.
Satnam Galsian is a British Punjabi vocalist . Her unique style and versatility are particularly demonstrated through her exploration of the connections between North Indian and Western music traditions in both her solo and collaborative work. She currently performs with her band, Kinaara, who are releasing their second EP this summer. As well as performing Satnam works with a variety of organisations on various projects, many of which promote mental health and well-being through music, she is also the Social Media/Community Development Coordinator for South Asian arts organisation, Manasamitra.
Jess Baker is a community musician and singer songwriter from Huddersfield. Jess is experienced in delivering workshops in music and harmony singing in with children and adults in schools, prisons, and in her community. She is an artist for Hoot Creative Arts, delivering workshops for mental health and wellbeing.’
She is founder and leader of Raised Voices Community Choir and is a singer in Endorphinmachine Prince Tribute, Yellow Goose Dance Band and as solo artist Kaninchen.