There are many ways in which you can experience music in the WomenCentre!
Music Group (No musical experience necessary)
Wednesdays at the Kirklees site in Huddersfield 10.30-12.00
A chance to make music with a diverse group of women. We improvise using instruments and voices and we share popular songs and our own songs too.
Music lifts your mood and helps you get through the day.
New members always welcome.
(West View Café, in Paddock Village Hall, HD1 4TX)
Sisters’ Sing is an outreach group. We sing a wide variety of songs for pleasure. It’s a great way to meet new people, forget your worries and build your confidence.
1:1 Music Therapy
We have a qualified music therapist working with us who is on site 2 days each week. Once you are part of the service and you tell us that you are interested, we can make a note of this and let you know when sessions are available – there is a waiting list for this part of music therapy.
No musical experience is needed, this is a form of personal therapy that uses music to help you express and connect. Sessions are led by you – they can include exploring instruments, song writing, singing, listening or even learning an instrument.
1:1 music therapy can be a way of working towards group work.
About Rough Tracks CD
We produced a CD called Rough Tracks of Life. They are songs of beauty, struggle & strength written and performed by women from the centre.
These remarkable songs have come out of the 1:1 music therapy and music group sessions.
You can se the cover picture at the top of the page and you can get the CD from the WomenCentre for a mere £5.00 (or £6.50 including p&p). To order email email@example.com or phone 01484 450866.