Now Available: Individual Violin And Singing Lessons With Rachel Morgan

I am available for personal and individual violin and singing lessons on Monday, and Thursday afternoons at Otaki plus, Wednesday afternoons in students homes in the Raumati area.

For more information or to make a booking please phone me on 021 936 749 or contact me.

Chanting the Chakras – A Series For Women

Come along and join us for six sessions. We will learn how to do a Rainbow Chakra Sound Healing meditation.

We will also explore toning and chanting with voice to restore, balance, and regenerate ourselves.

When: Thursdays, 10/5/2012 – 21/6/2012 (not 7/6)
Times: 9.30 to 11.30 am
Venue: Kapiti Women’s Centre, 7 Ngahina Street, Paraparaumu.

For more information of to make a booking please email Kapati Women’s Centre

Women’s Community Choir – Sing With Other Women!

Come along and sing with other women.

This choir is open to all who’d like to join us whether you’re singing for the first time or you have some more experience under your belt.

We sing a rich and varied repertoire of world folk songs, women’s songs and more.

Dates for The Women’s Community Choir in Term 2 are  23/4/2012 – 29/6/2012 (there’s no practise on Queens Birthday: 4/6).

When: Monday nights
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Venue: Kapiti Uniting Parish Hall (27 Raumati Road)
Cost: $90 for nine week series, or $12 casual sessions

Some Special offers include:

  • Early bird discount $85 by 2/4
  • Bring someone new $110 for two
  • First casual session free

For more information or, to book please email Amanda Dixson

“Footsteps” CD Launch

I am launching my CD ‘Footsteps’ this month.

Come and join me for this exciting event at: Paekakariki Memorial Hall, Saturday 27th November, 2.30 -3.30 pm, $10 entry.

I will have CD’s for sale at the venue.

Footsteps is my first CD and is the next step for me in fulfilling a dream to get my music out to a wider audience.

Footsteps is a five track CD, and showcases the different aspects of my musical work: songs, sacred chants, and improvised violin music. You can listen to samples of this music here on the website.

For further information use the email access from this site to contact me or ring me on my mobile 021 936 749.

Womens Community Choir

I am planning to create a Women’s Community Choir early in 2011.

This will provide a next step for women attending my singing groups for beginner singers. Community Choirs are very popular here in New Zealand and many new groups are being formed.

My intention is to provide a playful relaxed environment where attendees can learn a rich variety of world folk songs, with opportunities from time to time for members who wish to share our songs with the community.

Contact me to find out more or check this website early next year for specific details.

Singing Groups Update

At the moment I’m currently running three singing groups at a range of venues.

Kapiti Women’s Health Centre, Paraparaumu – Thursday nights this term.

This is a group for beginner singers. Fun, empowering and featuring a rich range of world music. I will be offering another singing group through Kapiti Women’s Health Centre next year.

Contact them direct on (04) 902 6222

Kapiti Coast Workers Educational Association (WEA) – Ongoing classes

I have been running singing groups through the WEA this year. Lots of fun and well attended, these classes are once again designed to empower beginner singers. I will be offering this course again in terms one and three.

Contact WEA direct on (04) 293 8077 to find out more.

Singing groups for retirement village residents in supported care

I am currently running a singing group at Park wood Lodge, Waikanae. Well attended and lots of fun we are preparing to share an item at their upcoming Christmas concert.

If you would like a one off singing workshop for your workplace or, for the residents at a retirement village where you work or live or, would like to find out more about what I am offering in 2011 please contact me.

Singing Group Starting Late February 2010

Singing For Fun

When: Tuesdays 23/2 – 30/3 2010 ( six sessions )
Where: Parklands Hall, Sylvan Ave, Waikanae
Times: 9.45am – 11.45am

This course is for people who view themselves as non-singers and who would love to sing. We will learn basic vocal technique and sing a rich variety of world folk songs.

The aim of this course is to build vocal confidence, and to have fun along the way. It is founded on the belief that we can all sing. The course will provide a safe, supportive, and encouraging environment, in which participants can explore their voices and learn to sing.

For further information and bookings contact: Kapiti Coast WEA04 293 8077