Katy Lavinia Cooper is a song leader for Scotland Sings. Read more about her.
I’m a choral leader, arranger and singer. I’ve been living in Glasgow since the late 90s but originally I’m from Lancashire. I studied music at Glasgow Uni, including postgraduate studies in seventeenth century Scottish music. I trained as a conductor and choir leader with Sing for Pleasure and continue to work for them as a tutor. I love working with people who are interested in developing their skills as song leaders.
I regularly run workshops in harmony singing of various kinds both by myself and as part of Muldoon’s Picnic, and I work with a variety of groups including workplace choirs, community choirs, chamber choirs, choral societies and university choirs.
I love singing in lots of different genres! I sing in unaccompanied folk harmony groups Muldoon’s Picnic and Crying Lion and also enjoy singing early music with chamber choirs in England (Sine Nomine, Serafine) and Scotland (Sang School).