Talk of the Bay from KSQD
Talk of the Bay from KSQD
Heather Houston: The Transformational Power of Song

On Talk of the Bay, Tuesday, December 29, 2020 Christine Barrington interviews local songstress, vocal coach, and communal chorus virtuoso, Heather Houston. Heather is passionate about uplifting hearts, freeing voices, transforming lives, and building strong, loving communities through the power of singing. She spreads her  magic through her 20+years of international song circle leading, private vocal coaching, and her on-line offerings – The Art of Mindful Singing, S.H.E. Sings, and Sisters in Harmony Song and Chant Leader Training. You can now join her every Monday night on Zoom for a 2-hour Sisters in Harmony Global community song circle with guest artists!

Heather recently released her second solo album Sisters of the Moon which features the ethereal voices of her 40-voice women’s choir Yala Lati. Her first solo album, Prayers for the Water is a ZMR Top 10 album. You can find Heather’s music on all of the streaming platforms and for download on her website.

Before Covid times, Heather was one of the featured song circle leaders at the annual Singing on the Edge retreat at the Esalen Institute, Song Village in the Santa Cruz Mountains, SongFest in Los Angeles and Sacred Sound Meets Sacred Nature retreat at Pema Osel Ling. She also offered annual Sisters in Harmony Retreats at Skyote Mountain and Om Oasis in the Santa Cruz mountains, and taught a weekly Free Your Voice class to the guests at 1440 Multiversity.

Stay in touch with Heather by signing up for her newsletter on her website.

Join the lineage of women song carriers through Heather’s upcoming training starting January 12, 2021:
You can also follow the same link to sign up for a free introductory community singing experience.