About Us

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There have been many studies about the benefits of music, particularly singing, for children - even while they are still in the womb!

 

Music stimulates several different parts of the brain, including those related to understanding arithmetics and learning to read; not to mention emotional development and memory.

 

Singing Cygnets Music use a large selection of songs and singing games, some of which are also signed, that are fun and easy to learn.  Counting is often involved, and various themes such as colours, animals, etc.  Puppets make a frequent appearance, as well as other props including a parachute, bubbles, and so on.

 

Attending sessions of this kind also benefits babies and toddlers by helping to develop their social skills and to build their confidence and creativity.  It is also an excellent opportunity to experience being part of a team.

 

Our classes provide a fun occasion for both the children and adults, and an ideal opportunity to get together with others.   Most of all...

 

SINGING AND MUSIC MAKE YOU HAPPY!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

What can be gained from singing and other music-making?
Lorna Baillie

Having retired from her professional opera career to have her three (lovely!) children, Lorna is now Director of Music at Park Hill School in Kingston upon Thames, teaches singing, piano and music theory privately, and runs Singing Cygnets Music, Everyone's Theatre Company and the Durham Dales Festival. 

The benefits of music-making, particularly singing, are well-documented, for everyone of any age; beginning from as young as possible.