Unfortunately we couldn’t publish the video of Chloe’s performance at TEDxExeter 2012. You can read the live blog instead.
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After Bandi’s talk, I at least need to reflect and recollect, and Chloe offers a musical space to do just that. Chloe believes everyone can sing, but the most important part is the listening. Do I have a voice? Do I listen to myself? She gives us a song: “There is a singing field. I’ll meet you here.” And we sing it back.
Chloe Goodchild is an international singer, pioneering music educator, recording artist, author, and director of The Naked Voice Foundation. For more than two decades, Chloe has helped thousands of people to express their truth through the power of spoken and sung voice. Her innovatory work promotes a method of communication, inspiring a new paradigm for conscious leadership, team and community-building. She has made several solo and compilation albums, as well as recording for radio and TV. She has been music director for world humanitarian events taking place in Madison Square Gardens, The Royal Opera House, and the Royal Albert Hall. Chloe has recently moved to Devon, where she sings and writes and works as a consultant with organisations, schools and communities, exploring the human voice as a source of individual and collective self-discovery, linking to the most profound levels of human wisdom and inter-connectedness.
Chloe will be performing at TEDxExeter with internationally-renowned classical and jazz pianist Dhevdas Nair.