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Subject: SEFAN 2011-06-10_02
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1. EAC Summer School (residential) July 25th-29th
2. GLEANING from ArtsNews. SUSSEX
From: Robert Harbron
Date: 8 June 2011 12:33:12 GMT+01:00
Subject: EAC Summer School
We've still got a few
unfilled places on the Summer School this year ...
Collective Summer School
July 25th-29th 2011
Ruskin Mill, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire
The EAC continues its holistic approach to traditional music making in the inspiring
surrounds of Ruskin Mill, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire. Several places
are still available for a week designed to engage instrumentalists from all
backgrounds and levels in the development of their own style. This
year's course will be led by Rob Harbron and Miranda Rutter with guest tutor
More information at www.englishacousticcollective.org.uk/summerschool
or from Rob Harbron - englishacousticcollective_at_gmail_dot_com
or 01453 757353
2. GLEANING from
Start Up session in Crawley, Rhythmix
South East Artform: music Contact: Rachael Casoria rachael_at_rhythmixmusic_dot_org_dot_uk
Are you a musician
who would like to work as a music leader? Just setting out on your music
leading career? Not sure where to start? The START UP is for you!
You will be able to come along to this jam packed half day session, where you
will get the opportunity to introduce yourself to us and find out a bit more
about who we are and what we do. The session will take you on an informative
journey around the world of music leading and will give an insight into what
it is like to work as a music leader.
“Start Up” aims to provide you with information on the music leading
profession, from an overview of the type of work available, through how to
navigate local and national contacts, and how to link in to what is going on.
You will receive information on training that you can access to develop
yourself professionally and be given the opportunity to reflect on your work
and your skills and how you might use them as a Music Leader!
at The Hawth
Tuesday June 28th
For more information, go to
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