Update, 12 April 2021:
All our shops, the Maltings Gallery and our outdoor covered café are now open. You can also book River Trips along the River Alde and Pizza in the Tipi. Concerts will restart in late May. Read our re-opening plans here.
Sing to Beat Parkinson’s groups use techniques based on years of research to help those with Parkinson’s to maintain or improve their psychological and physical wellbeing through taking part in regular singing activity.
Sing to Beat Parkinson’s meet annually at Snape Maltings to deliver a 2-day training residency for music leaders wanting to gain the specialist skills and experience required to run singing groups for people living with Parkinson’s.
The course is led by:
Grenville Hancox (Honorary Professor in Music, Health and Well Being, University of Kent; Artistic Director and Founder, Sing to Beat Parkinson’s) & Nicola Wydenbach (Director of Training at Sing to Beat Parkinson’s) with specialist input by Dr Trish Vella-Burrows.
The course is split into two levels:
Stage 1 – for NEW participants to
Stage 2 – for RETURNING participants to
Further details can be found on the Sing to Beat website: www.singtobeat.co.uk/training