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MP3 Christine Michael - Who Made the Rainbow?
An unusual and creative blend of deeply thought-provoking spoken word, delivered in a uniquely strong but soft, soothing voice with an appealing British accent, plus folk-style songs that penetrate the heart and soul to make them tingle.
20 MP3 Songs
FOLK: Alternative Folk, SPOKEN WORD: Poetry
Often referred to as Nottingham''s Singing Poet - Born Nottingham - trained as a teacher Bishop Grosseteste College, Lincoln - studied Divinity - taught all ages over the years from nursery upwards - given talks and seminars - led Creative Writing classes for adults in Cork, Ireland and in Leicestershire & Nottingham - obtained B.A.(Arts/Humanities) in 1981 and M.A. (Anglo-Irish Literature) - 1986 - performance-workshops given in many schools and libraries - performance poet, singer, songwriter, writer, workshops organiser, events organiser, folk club founder and organiser - member of PRS and MCPS - lived in Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, North London, Republic of Ireland - former secretary of Open University Poetry Association, co-founder Cork Women''s Poetry Circle with Maire Bradshaw - former officer Cork Rape Crisis Centre - former secretary Nottingham Poetry Society - performances and readings given in many venues in UK, Ireland and Germany (mainly Karlsruhe and Magdeburg) - founder of CEIL festival (Community Expansions in Literature) - founder Keyworth Folk Club - pioneer of ''Weltenschauung'' - world-view poetry competiton - pioneer of ''Robin Hood - figure of justice'' poetry competition - articles, stories, poetry published in various magazines - frequently performed and interviewed on BBC Radio Nottingham - interviewed Radio Leicester - RTE - Cork - National Poetry Day feature on East Midlands today BBC TV - was involved in the Movement for the Ordination of Women - many workshops and performances in Nottingham City Libraries and schools, Nottinghamshire Libraries and schools - Greenwich Libraries London - Maltby, Rotherham, Hull, Coventry, Derbyshire, Huddersfield, Birmingham, The Barbican and many others -spoken and performed at various literacy projects, writers groups, literary circles, Pakistani Centre Nottingham, Asian Women''s Centre Nottingham -storytelling in many venues including Asda! -sung in retirement homes, at concerts, festivals, churches, special events , clubs, RAF bases,restaurants and at poetry readings! - invited to Germany to participate in cultural events in Karlruhe and Magdeburg - pioneer of a project to promote cultural and educational exchange between Ghana and UK - is a member of Nottingham Ambassadors group.
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