Workshops and Events

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Festivals, workshops, events...

You can sign up to already existing events or contact me to teach at your event, your choir, your class.

Choir Offers

Festival Offers

Private Group Workshops

Current Events

Kalta Choir Debut Concert

A lunchtime concert in Oxford’s oldest building. Showcasing Kalta’s favourite Georgian folk songs from their first year together. No tickets, just put it in your diary!

  • Monday 29th April, 13.00
  • Free entry (retiring collection)
  • St. Michael’s at the North Gate (Not to be confused with St. Michael and All Angels)

Beltane Voice and Yoga Circle with Sound Bath

Celebrate the transition into summer with me, Anna O and her amazing gongs. Expect movement, singing and sonic bliss.


  • Wed 1st May, 18.30-21.00
  • Wytham Village Hall, Oxford

Garden Singing Workshop

  • at Barracks Lane Community Garden 
  • Saturday 4th May
  • 10.30-12.00
  • All ages and abilities welcome. 
  • Suggested donation £5 per session, or what you can afford.

Georgian Choirs in Oxford

  • Following a weekend festival near Stroud, Amer-Imeri and Mtiebi folk music ensembles come to Oxford as part of their UK tour. 
  • Monday 20th May
  • Workshop 18.00-19.15
  • Concert 20.00-21.15
  • St Michael & All Angels Church, Summertown.(not to be confused with St. Michael’s at the North Gate!)

Oxford Kalta Choir

Georgian polyphony sung in women’s voices.

Tuesdays 19.00-21.00

Lime Walk Methodist Church, Headington, Oxford, OX3 7AB

Future Workshops

Mindful Voice and Georgian Healing Songs

  • Find the present moment through your natural voice.
  • Combine Mindfulness practice with singing techniques.
  • Learn about the Georgian folk ritual of Batonebi healing songs and lullabies.
  • Enjoy the healing vibrations of singing in harmony with others.
  • An open-access singing workshop for anyone who wants to experience meditative states in music.

Circle Singing and Improvisation

In this workshop we’ll come together in a circle, as our ancestors did, and sound together as a collective.
Our vocal expression will feed human connection as well as our own musical development.
Circle singing is an improvised form of group singing which taps into the rhythm and melody of the present moment.
Every member of the circle is an instrument in the spontaneous choral arrangement.