Northern Coffeehouse: Shared Harmonies

Fellowship Event

 -  | BST British Summer Time


  • Mental health
  • Community engagement
  • Arts and society
  • Fellowship
  • Fellowship in Action

Inspired by the RSA’s origin in an enlightenment coffeehouse over 250 years ago, our new Northern Coffeehouse series offers an interactive space to share ideas for social change.

This week we’re joined by Emma Baylin FRSA from Shared Harmonies.

Shared Harmonies is a community interest company that helps to create a thriving workplace culture through our corporate services including workplace choirs, team building sessions, leadership workshops, event energisers and organisation theme songs. They reinvest profits in community singing for wellbeing groups working with people affected by cancer, poor mental health, living with dementia, Parkinson’s or respiratory conditions such as COPD.

Emma will be speaking about her work, the power of community singing to achieve positive social change, and the way in which we can each build team connection and harmony through a joyful, shared singing experience.

Join us most Fridays for an informal lunchtime talk followed by a chance to discuss the topic of the day or anything else that is on your mind, in small breakout rooms. Starting at 1pm and finished by 1.45pm, you can enjoy your Friday lunch break with inspiring speakers and interesting colleagues.

Taking part in Online Events

For our interactive online events, the RSA uses the platform Zoom. It may be necessary to follow a short set-up process. To understand how Zoom uses your data, please read their Privacy Policy in advance.

Zoom call joining details will be sent out via email in advance of the event.

If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments to support your participation, please let the team know by emailing: [email protected].

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