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Phil Self, who runs a number of Canterbury Cantata Trust community singing groups, including Monday Music in Canterbury, has just produced the first in a number of projects designed to ensure we remain connected with our 'Singing for Health' and 'Sing to Beat Parkinson's' friends across East Kent and Medway during this difficult time.

The Isolation Choir sing their first song ever - the traditional song 'Wild Mountain Thyme'. 54 singers and 7 instrumentalists playing 9 different instruments. Many of these singers come from singing groups across East Kent and Medway who sing for their health and well-being as well as the enjoyment they get out if it. This includes people living with Parkinson's and other neurological conditions. Please see the links below for information on more of these groups.

To view the video click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOlSklHoL7g&feature=youtu.be

For more information about the Isolation Choir, find them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theisolationchoir 

This video also feature contributions from many professional musicians - please support as many of them as you can during these unprecedented times. Please donate to The Isolation Choir - Caring Through Singing project here: https://www.paypal.me/theisolationchoir

The Isolation Choir - Caring Through Singing is lovingly supported by these wonderful organisations:

CANTERBURY CANTATA TRUST http://www.canterburycantatatrust.org.uk 

SING TO BEAT http://www.singtobeat.co.uk/

LIVING LIVELY https://www.livinglively.org.uk/

MUSIC 4 WELLBEING http://www.music4wellbeing.org.uk/

Canterbury Cantata Trust

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