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Youth Music is delighted to announce the much awaited series of follow-up Singbook Workshops, new for Autumn 2006.

What will the new Singbook Workshops involve?

Based on feedback from participant surveys on past Singbook Workshops, the 1- day workshops will address, head on, issues connected with:

  • Mastering harmonies
  • Effectively teaching part-singing
  • Expanding your range of warm-ups
  • How best to tackle boys’ changing voices

Singbook Workshops will be tailor-made around you – simply tell us what you would like more help with and we will endeavour to structure the workshop according to your requirements.

Bring along your Singbook and have fun developing your skills with our experienced Singbook trainers! There will be nine workshops throughout the country so please scroll down the list to find the workshop near you!

If you have never attended a Singbook Workshop and would like some further information, Call Us! (020 7902 1074)

30 September
Lin Marsh & Michael Harper
Cecil Sharp House (Central London)
Cecil Sharp House, 2 Regent's Park Road, London, NW1 7AY
Limited Disabled Access

14 October
Susan Bissatt & Jilly Jarman
St. Martin’s College, Lancaster Campus
St Martin's College, Lancaster, LA1 3JD
Limited Disabled Access

21 October
Emma Silversides & Jozik Koc
South Street Arts Centre
21 South Street, Reading, RG1 4QU
Fully Accessible

21 October
Mary Edwards & Yvette Staelens
Hillscourt Conference Centre
Rose Hill, Rednal, Birmingham, B45 8RS
Fully Accessible

3 November
Em Whitfield & Lynne O’Neill
West Yorkshire Playhouse
Playhouse Square, Quarry Hill, Leeds, LS2 7UP
Fully Accessible

4 November
Em Whitfield & Lynne O’Neill
Durham University
St Aidan's College, Durham University, Windmill Hill, Durham DH1 3LJ
Fully Accessible

11 November
Mary Edwards & Yvette Staelens
Exeter University, Music Department
The Queen’s Drive, Exeter, Devon, UK EX4 4QJ
No Disabled Access

17 November
Susan Bisatt & Beth DeLange
Blackburne House
Blackburne Place, Off Hope Street, Liverpool, L8 7PE
Fully Accessible

17 November
Lin Marsh & Emma Silversides
University Arms Hotel, Regent Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB2 1AD
Fully Accessible

Singbook Workshops commence at 10am and finish at 4.30pm. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

£50 for individuals sponsored by their school/organisation
£45 for self-funded individuals
£45 for NASUWT members

How to book a place
Simply visit the Singbook Workshops page on the Youth Music website (link here), print off the booking form and send it in to the address below:

Singbook Workshops
Youth Music
One America Street

Please enclose a cheque made payable to Youth Music. Alternatively you may opt to be invoiced on your booking form.

We can also dispatch booking forms by post – these can be requested by contacting us:
T: 020 7902 1074

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

With best wishes,
The Singbook Team
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.

(This post was edited by Youth Music on Sep 22, 2006, 4:02 PM)


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