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Read Barbara Ann Grant’s latest concert review ‘A Revelatory Feast of Opera’. Reviewed in the Nelson Mail 16 May 2016.

May 22nd, 2016

Listen to Barbara Ann Grant’s interview with Nelson radio Fresh FM. You can check out the new brand profile here

March 1st, 2014

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    Sound Healing – song and gong

    Sound Healing – a therapeutic wave of vibration

    “I have never experienced anything quite like that. I felt I was swept away on a great river. People and places I haven’t thought about for years suddenly appeared and gave me insights into my current life path, career and family life. I will definitely be back for more!”                                                                                      Jacob, 59, Business Owner

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    After studying with the Gong Master Don Conreaux in the UK in 2008 and in NZ in 2009, Barbara now combines her voice with the vibrational power of the Paiste Gong. The ‘rolls royce’ of gongs, these precision made instruments create a sound healing experience so vast you feel as if you, ‘dive into’ the sound.Contact Soundworkz for details of regular ‘song and gong’ baths and upcoming concert events.

    Listening to native instruments helps us open up to the unconscious. As you drift away into the sound you find your our own wise inner voice. In this quiet inner place the inner council we do not hear in our normal busy every-day lives is revealed.

    Barbara Ann plays native american flutes, south american whistles, African drums, Australian didjeridoo and Tibetan bowls. Indigenous instrument concert performances can be arranged.

    Sessions last for 30 mins and cost $30.00 + GST

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    Barbara Ann Grant sings ‘Summertime’ by Gershwin

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    May 22nd, 2016

    Barbara Ann Grant sings ‘Shenandoah’

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    May 22nd, 2016

    Vlog Post – Learn to Sing Tip One – Posture for Great Singing

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    October 14th, 2012

    They’re singing so out of tune . . . they could be a big star!?

    Tweet Bad singing technique – is it really such a barrier to making it big? Have you ever noticed how many singing stars habitually and regularly sing, ‘out of tune’, nasally, with shallow gaspy breathing and / or loads of throat constriction? This is something that quite frequently preys at the back of my mind […]

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    August 19th, 2012

    Top 5 Tips for How to Sing: No. 5 Trust your Gut

    Tweet   How to Sing | Own your own Journey | Know when to Move On The road to barely adequate singing is paved with good lil’ singers who always did what their teachers told ’em to do! OK – this one has always been contentious, but it’s a basic truth that the time comes […]

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    July 22nd, 2012