Much of my work involves community participation, often from community choirs but also through interviews.
Sing For Water, Where Two Worlds Touch, Dalston Songs – Homerton Sings, are some examples of this side of my work where professional and amateur singers work together to create something with high production values which moves, entertains and inspires, or where singing is an active force for change
Soraya Mahdaoui and Chat’s Palace Community Choir in
DALSTON SONGS -HOMERTON SING
Helen founded Sing for Water with the Thames Festival to raise funds for water projects through singing events. The project has raided over a million pounds for water projects in Africa and Asia thanks to its many co-leaders around the country.
a village supported by SING FOR WATER in Ghana.