danceSing

danceSing is the inclusive, intergenerational, feel-good singing experience.
They bring together a unique fusion of the arts and fitness and the danceSing experience is centred around the positive mental and physical wellbeing of our people.
We are a passionate and professional team who pride ourselves on making the danceSing experience inspiring, educational and accessible to all. 
Natalie and her team will be bringing you..
danceSing Dance fitness
A wonderful energetic low impact dance session 
danceSing Strength and Stretch Pilates
A touch Pilates style class
 danceSing Barre
A class based on ballet, Pilates and fitness
 
The Big Retreat Big Sing with danceSing
Join the danceSing Choir at this years festival with Musical Director Lindsay Ashworth Fraser
 
NATALIE GARRY
Founder, Director and Dance Leader
Natalie trained as a professional ballet dancer at the English National Ballet School and has performed with Scottish Ballet and Scottish Dance Theatre. She is qualified as a trainer in many exercise programmes including fitness, nutrition, weight management, exercise counselling and stress management.
Natalie has created danceSing for everyone, She is passionate about improving people’s overall wellbeing through dance and singing. Her exuberance and love of dance has brought joy to many people of all ages and abilities.
LINDSAY ASHWORTH FRASER
Musical Director and Music Leader
 
Lindsay Ashworth Fraser trained as a musician at University of Strathclyde and in Musical Theatre at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. She has worked as a freelance musician, actor, singer and voiceover artist for over 10 years.
She has performed in plays, musicals and pantos throughout the country and also worked for many years as a session singer in London where she was lucky enough to sing for some of the world’s leading film composers at Abbey Road, Air Lyndhurst and Angel Studios. If you hear a choir on a Dreamworks animation, chances are Lindsay’s voice is in there somewhere!
 
 

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