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Singing can give you so much joy! Would you like to explore different
possibilities of your voice and sing with more ease? Are you willing to become more in touch with your self and develop your way of listening, deepening your relationship with sound and nature?

I share my experience trough private sessions, group workshops, individual coaching and events.

Next to private coaching and group workshop, I offer concerts as a solo artist and
together with other musicians and creatives. I love creating community experiences in which music is combined with story telling, sharing circles and ritual. You can have a look at my page ‘Concerts and events’, where I explain more about the different type of experiences I host or you can invite me for.

I work on project-based, in case you are interested in working with me one on one, participating in a course, or in listening to my music, I encourage you to subscribe to my newsletter to receive invitations for my concerts and workshops (both are also happening online). You can subscribe by sending an email to gwendolynndeboer@gmail.com. You can also follow me on instagram and keep an eye on my website.

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.`For people that would like to work with their voice, I offer private classes and coaching and group workshops. I see singing as a way of healing through self-exploration. It is a way of listening to yourself and your surroundings and passing on what wants to be told. The same goes for music making on an instrument. The main difference that as a singer, you are your own instrument, whereas with instrumental music, the instrument becomes your extension. Both singing and music making are ways of coming in touch with nature, within yourself and outside of yourselNext to sessions based on music making, I also offer multi-modal coaching sessions. Within these sessions, we focus on getting in touch with your inner nature through different modalities, using movement, conversation and music. At the page ‘Private sessions and group courses’ you can find out more details about the teaching I share.

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She would never push people to sing in a specific way, she would just encourage them to find their own voice. I learned that everyones’ voice is always good enough, as long as we just let go of comparisons.

— Joana

Gwendoline has a truly exceptional voice, she sings like an angel and has a range of tones that is very multidimensional.

— Xavier Flow

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