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Mar 23, 2006, 5:45 PM

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... for anyone leading or aspiring to lead singing with young people

Following the success of the Singbook Workshops programme in England, Youth Music UK is running sessions in Scotland this Spring.

The workshops are in support of Singbook - an exciting and innovative songbook from Youth Music UK, designed to get more children and young people singing.

24-25 March Aberdeen Hilton Aberdeen Treetops
21-22 April Scottish Borders Barony Castle
28-29 April Stirling Stirling Highland Hotel

All have disabled access, leisure facilities and indoor pools.

Workshops are 1-day residentials, commencing on Friday at 6pm and finishing on Saturday at 4.30pm.

Who are Singbook Workshops for?

If you are looking for:
· skills and confidence to start leading singing activities with children and young people
· skills development opportunities to improve singing leadership
· creative ideas for singing
· new repertoire
· networking opportunities

....then these workshops are for you.


£140 for individuals sponsored by their school/organisation
£95 for self-funded individuals

Price includes all tuition, an overnight stay, meals and a free copy of Singbook (RRP £19.95)

How To Book a Place

Simply complete the booking form attached and send to:
Singbook Workshops, Youth Music, One America Street, London, SE1 0NE
along with a cheque made payable to Youth Music.

Alternatively, booking forms are available from or by contacting
T: 020 7902 1060

For further information about Singbook and the Singbook Workshops visit

Don't miss this valuable Continuing Professional Development and networking opportunity. Tell your friends and colleagues and come along...

Youth Music UK

Youth Music UK brings music-making opportunities to children and young people who might otherwise not get the chance.

Youth Music UK wants to see more music-making activities available to young people in Scotland and believes all children and young people in Scotland should be able to take their music-making to whatever level they aspire.

Financed by the Scottish Executive, the Youth Music Initiative (YMI) is managed by the Scottish Arts Council (SAC). Youth Music UK works in partnership with the SAC to deliver on the YMI.

With special thanks to:

Faber Music
National Youth Choir of Scotland
Youth Music is one of the National Lottery's great success stories. Set up in 1999, with a remit to support music-making outside of school hours, Youth Music has gone on to reach over one million of the UK's most disadvantaged children and young people, encouraging their talents, building their confidence and transformign the landscape of musical opportunity throughout the UK.
Attachments: SB_booking_form.pdf (71.1 KB)


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