Devon Singers’ Collective

Devon Singers' Collective

Sunday 2 October 2022
7:30 pm - 9:45 pm

Ashburton Arts Centre


Book here now: £15 full price • £10 or £7 if you prefer – please pay what you can –
£20 Philanthropic option is also available*

The Devon Singers’ Collective is a group of local singers who collaborate, improvise together and support one another, personally and professionally. They’ll share songs, be each other’s backing vocalists “in harmonious uproar and delicacy,” improvise live together and get everyone singing. They write:

“We are:

Emily Roblyn is a singer, teacher, composer, and arranger who runs choirs, workshops and retreats in SW UK. Audiences fall in love with her warmth, enthusiasm and heart connection, which is woven through all her work.

Briony Greenhill is a folk/soul/jazz improvisational artist and teacher. She teaches CVI – Collaborative Vocal Improvisation – from beginner to advanced levels; she’s also a healer, ceremonialist and change-maker.

Charlotte Mabon is a ceremonial singer/songwriter and voice coach. Her songs weave her personal journeys with contemporary themes and an ever-present gratitude for earth and elements. She released her debut EP, “Of Grief and Gratitude” in the spring of 2022.

Rob Carney is a singer-songwriter and singing coach who leads community singing in Totnes. His songs of freedom and love have melted and inspired so many that his first album is long overdue – but coming!. Support his crowdfunder here:

Bella Lilley is a singer and improviser with influences from Africa, British folk, the journey of motherhood and our deep indigenous roots and connection to earth. Bella is passionate about the voice as a gateway to healing, she holds 1-to-1 therapeutic voice work sessions and teaches CVI – Collaborative Vocal Improvisation.

Anna Ling is a poetic and confessional songwriter and an engaging performer, whose influences include community choirs, British folk music, Bulgarian singing, and a great love for nature. She’s also a local choir leader.

“Bringing effortless cascading vocals, mellifluously heady and peaty raw as the Dartmoor landscape she hails from, Holly Ebony traverses folk, soul and blues in a sensual serenade to Earth that speaks to a profound love affair with life.

Taz Babiker is a singer and songwriter bringing together the threads of nature, belonging and community into his songs. Influenced by soul, as well as his East African heritage, Taz touches his audiences with raw emotion.”


* See Access, Tickets & Finding Us for more about why there are three ticket prices, plus other useful info about coming to events at Ashburton Arts Centre. We’ve recently started to add a fourth, higher “Philanthropic price”. The last few years have been harder than ever for professional musicians to make a living. If you are able to afford to pay a little more for any of your tickets, it’s all really appreciated.