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Upper Norwood Library Hub, London

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This relaxed and fun workshop is for anyone who wants to learn or revise fundamental singing technique. With focus on breath, posture, tension release and, above all, awareness, this session is suitable for all.

All welcome, no singing or music-reading experience required.

Wear comfortable clothing for moving around in.

What previous participants said:
"She brought out the best in each of us", Shakespeare's Globe Theatre workshop participant

"I learned many useful tips and tricks that I could use for future musical performances; as well as business contexts", Shakespeare's Globe Theatre workshop participant

“Thanks so much, Eleanor, it was truly enjoyable! My team were very complimentary of your professionalism and how you managed to make everyone comfortable with singing. You have the rare ability of getting people to sing without them knowing they are!" Daneila Valdes, NHS Nexus Health Group

Eleanor Rastall is a freelance singer, teacher and choir and workshop leader based in Crystal Palace. She studied at Trinity Laban, receiving an MMus in Vocal Performance (distinction) and Leverhulme, Trinity Laban Trust and TCL Scholarships. She has recently set up Palace Acappella choir in Crystal Palace and runs regular choir and workshop sessions for Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and Music in Offices, among others.

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Upper Norwood Library Hub

Westow Hill


SE19 1TJ


Wheelchair accessible


Eleanor Rastall

Eleanor Rastall is a freelance singer and choir and workshop leader based in London. She was awarded an MMus (Distinction) in Vocal Performance by Trinity Laban and now can often be found singing at the Musical Museum, Kew bridge, and running choirs and workshop across London. As well as running two office choirs, Eleanor is Guest Workshop Leader at the Globe Theatre and co-runs the Globe Theatre and Tate Modern staff choir. One-off workshops have included for Channel 4 and NHS London and she has recently set up her own choir - Palace Acappella - in Crystal Palace. She loves helping people discover they can sing!