Singing for Spring workshops!

The Music Library is teaming up with community singer facilitator Ellie Logan to deliver two singing workshops for all ages and levels of experience – no sight reading skills required!

Participants will learn songs by ear (words provided) and even experiment with simple harmonies. It will be fun and informal.

There are two sessions running Saturdays 21 and 28 April. You’re welcome to attend either or both sessions as there’ll be different songs at each session.

Ellie Logan is a member of the Natural Voice Network and is an experienced facilitator of community singing.

Previous participants at workshops said:

“Enjoyed Ellie’s encouraging and lively style of teaching, the songs she taught, and singing with a group of like-minded people who enjoy this activity.”

“Came away feeling very happy, will definitely go to any future ones planned if I can”.

Book online via Eventbrite:
Singing for Spring session one – Saturday 21 April, 2 to 3.30pm

Singing for Spring session two – Saturday 28 April, 2 to 3.30pm

If you enjoy community singing, why not join a local choir? There are many which don’t require auditions and are open to all. If you want to advertise or join a choir look on Your Edinburgh, our community information directory.

The Music Library holds a wealth of material available to borrow on singing from sheet music, voice coaching and sight reading to recordings of your favourite singers. We can help you search for songs and provide multiple vocal scores for local groups. Contact central.musiclibrary@edinburgh.gov.uk or phone 0131 242 8050 for more information.

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