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Anny Fyreagle

Anny Fyreagle

Living in: Toronto, Canada.

Anny Fyreagle is a multi-faceted creative conductor, a gourmet of artistic gifts, skills and talents that she brings to every occasion with whole heart and passion. A master of intuitive arts she incorporates sound, word, dance, imagery, healing and ritual in everything she undertakes.

Anny started with piano at age 5 and went on to play until she was 15. At 10 she started voice as a choir vocalist and soloist, she decided to concentrate on her voice as her primary instrument. She has completed her grade 5 of the Royal Conservatory in piano. In 1980 as part of an eight girl choir she participated in a dance and song festival in Europe. During the festival the choir recorded a medley, which included a solo by Anny, for the national radio station. Ten years later that recording could still be heard on the radio. "...their beautiful clear voices, will reach the hearts of the audience with their artistic skill, well arranged repertoire and moving atmosphere..."

Anny has been teaching and facilitating from an early age. At eighteen she was teaching young children aged 5 to 10 in Polish Folklore Dance. She has participated in and lead circle groups for 13 years. Anny has also presented at retreats, corporate events and festivals.

She uses her own unique and sometimes magical approach in individual and group facilitation that empowers those who study with her to "find their own voice". In this regard, her ability to improvise has served her well. Anny took up drumming and world instruments when she was looking for another way to use her voice. She studied drum with several drum masters. Expanded her voice with vocal coaches, studied sound, acoustics, psycho acoustics and became a sound practitioner, this has been her life practice for 20 years. One of the essential skills of a sound practitioner is improvisation, adapting to shifts that appear in the moment.

Anny was thrilled to jump into an opportunity to study for a week with Bobby Mcferrin in 2004 at the Omega Institute. She found herself sitting on a bench in the middle of the forest with her mentor, singing Smile and it was like riding waves of sonic bliss. A moment of a lifetime that lives in her heart and makes her smile over and over again. She joined CircleSongs at Omega again in 2016 and 2017 drawing deeply from the well of master teachers and took time to study with David W

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