Aldeburgh Residency Day 1


Today over twenty people with Parkinson’s and their carers and families, came to Snape at the generosity of Aldeburgh Music today to make music, to sing, to use their voiceboxes and to have fun. They came to help me test out all my ideas after my travels and research, as part of my Residency at Aldeburgh. It has been the most wonderful day and I am brimming with confidence and ideas for the future but more importantly the comments from the group and the joy on all the participants faces has given me a renewed sense of vigour to try and find funding to take this valid work forwards. I can’t wait for tomorrow.



2 thoughts on “Aldeburgh Residency Day 1

  1. Thank you so much Nicola, for giving us Parkinson’s sufferers and carers the opportunity to work with you during such a refreshing and fulfilling experience. The way you moulded 20 plus diverse strangers into a harmonious unit was quite magical. When commencing our mind, body and speech exercises, few would have anticipated there being such a correlation between your needs , as a Professional Singer and those of us trying to cope with some of the symptoms of Parkinson’s. We too look forward to Day 2

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