International Singing Workshops

Upcoming Workshops

If you’d like to be kept informed about upcoming workshops, email me at and I will add you to the mailing list.

Yemeni song workshop

Latin rhythms drumming workshop

more Arabic Song for Beginners with Joseph

Past Workshops

Armenian Folk Song Workshop: Hov Arek & Shogher Jan

Arabic Song for Beginners: Lamaa Bada Yatathanaa

Information, Songsheets and videos:

Arabic Song for Beginners

(Wednesday 9th December 2020)


Piano arrangement.

This session was led by Joseph Duqmaq, a Palestinian musician based in the West Bank. Joseph has taught and conducted orchestras and choirs in various institutions and conservatories in Jordan and Palestine. He is the musical leader at the ‘Sounds of Palestine’ project working with students from the refugee camps in Palestine. Joseph is also a professional performer on saxophone and piano in Palestine and abroad, composing, arranging and playing classical, jazz, and oriental music genres.

We are taking donations rather than charging a standard ticket price for this workshop, so if you come along or watch the video and you are able to, please make a donation to Joseph through his paypal here if you are able to:


and here is Lena Chamamyan singing the song:

Armenian Folk Song Workshop

(Sunday November 8th 2020)

This workshop was led by Armenian singer Sevana Tchakerian. We learnt two folk songs collected by composer and folk song collector, Komitas. Attendance is free and the video below is freely available but if you are able, donations will be very welcome to support a music project that Sevana works with supporting families and young people who have been displaced by the war in Artsakh.

Here is the place where you can make donations if you are able:

“We are finding strength in this unity. We hope that our united voices will resonate throughout the world, and that we will soon be singing and dancing together in beautiful Artsakh.”

The songsheet for this workshop can be downloaded here.

You can read a longer article about Sevana’s work here.


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