Using Opera with Homeless & Vulnerable Adults

A training day in London

Posted: 02/05/2013

Streetwise Opera is an award-winning charity which uses music to help people who have experienced homelessness move forward in their lives. We do this through a weekly music programme in 11 homeless centres across the UK and by staging critically-acclaimed opera productions starring our homeless performers.

Using Streetwise Opera’s workshop model, this training will help you understand how (and why) you might break down the process of delivering material and exercises, and to know the purpose and structure of each step of your workshop. The sessions will be led by Streetwise Opera’s highly experienced

Artistic Director of Workshops, Rowan Fenner.

Cost: £75.00 p/p for organisations or £25 p/p for freelance artists/students
Location: Royal Festival Hall, Belvedere Road
For more information or email Katie Grocott at & download documents from the website

Using opera with homless & vulnerable adults: Streetwise Opera Artist Training Day 14 March.pdf (435k) Using opera with homless & vulnerable adults: Artist Training Booking Form.doc (248k)

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