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2022 // March // 15 @ 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

When: Sunday, March 15, 2020.    1:30 – 4:30 pm

Where: James Bay United Church. 511 Michigan Street, Victoria (enter via back of the church to the Lower Hall)

About the workshop

A three hour vocal workshop designed to facilitate and create space for each individual to re-discover their voice and their comfort within a circle of singers. We’ll start with warm-ups, some basic vocal technique and some improvisation. Every workshop unfolds in its’ own unique way.

Louise n’ha Ruby is a professional singer, songwriter, actor and vocal coach with live concert and television performances to her credit.  With extensive training in both the classical and jazz genres, she has been performing and teaching for decades. Her style is ever changing and developing but the essence of working with the breath and the body remains.  She has been greatly inspired by her work with Rhiannon and this influence is evidenced in her approach to music and to life.

(If you’d like to find out more about Rhiannon visit her website:  http://www.rhiannonmusic.com/ )

cost is $20 – $40 sliding scale.

Pre-Register: contact Louise at 250-208-1182 (cell) or via e-mail:


Elizabeth – “Louise facilitated a fantastic voice workshop. She’s a skilled, understanding teacher with the ability to bring out the best in her students.”

Marg L. – I want to say thanks for the workshop, it was fun. And, a bigger thank you for you and your lovely supportive way of being in the world; it made it possible for me (and us together which is even better) to share a new experience. We have been spreading the word about the beauty of it all. I was nervous about being in the group but as soon as the introductions were made, I was comfortable and felt ok about it all.”

Suzanne L. – Thank you so much for a wonderful, intimate and renewing afternoon. You are very gracious and supportive teacher. It was so delightful to watch myself and the other “swag ladies” go beyond where we thought we could go.”


2022 // March // 15
1:30 pm - 4:30 pm