Kimberley and her ukulele with Kings Lynn Syho and the Forward Day Centre. Click here for more info
Kimberley has years of experience with a repertoire
of musical games, songs and exercises that can be
adapted to be suitable for all ages. She likes to say
she is a facilitator rather than a leader as she
believes that when a group of people come together
in a workshop, they decide the direction of the session
and everyone is of equal value to the dynamic of the group.
Music and singing based activities nurture practical and social skills and help to gain confidence in a safe environment. The aim is to engage and create musical experiences that empower participants to make choices and positive contributions to the sessions...and it can be lots of fun!!!
Care home comunity project with Aldeburgh music.
Aldeburgh Music's Media Project performance with Lapwing students.
Student conducting the session at Media Project, Aldeburgh Music.
One-to-one session with Aldeburgh music.
At Thorpe woodlands Forest Festival. 'Junkafunkomatic' workshop: 1.5 hours of story, team challenges, building and music making.
Car boot themed music workshop at Forest Festival. Creating stories and songs and music with the characters they dress up as.