An anecdote of my time with Awe


Sheila Braggins, aged fifteen, just four years before meeting Alfred Wolfsohn. She was his pupil for fifteen years, until he died. She then left singing to have a family. She came back to the work in 2002 and since then she has toiled relentlessly to communicate to the world something of who this remarkable man was.


An anecdote of my time with Awe

































These are some of Sheila Braggins' writings to be found on this website


"The Way Alfred Wolfsohn Taught"

"Alfred Wolfsohn’s View of Myth, Dream, God and the Human Voice"

"Alfred Wolfsohn, the man and his ideas"

"The Legacy of Alfred Wolfsohn"


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