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Feb
11
Sat
Singing for all workshops: Burns and beyond @ George Washington Browne Room
Feb 11 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Singing for all workshops: Burns and beyond @ George Washington Browne Room | Scotland | United Kingdom

Everyone loves to sing a Burns song. This workshop is open to all who love to sing a Burns song or want to have a go. No need to read music or have any experience. This will be a friendly and inclusive singing session centred around well known and less well known Burns songs. Ellie Logan is a community musician, song leader, singer, and camper van traveller.

Based in Edinburgh she has experience of leading all sizes and shapes of singing groups and also working one to one with people on understanding their voice and how to get the best out of it. She currently runs SeaSang which is a women’s singing group which gives space for community choir members to try more challenging material, various Sing for Fun informal singing groups, community ukulele classes and provides voice, brass, ukulele and recorder tuition for primary children through Edinburgh Council.

Ellie also works for the Traditional Music Forum as membership and communications officer. Ellie is a supporter of and occasional tutor with the Scots Music Group. Based in Edinburgh, they provide a range of opportunities to learn traditional music and song.

Feb
25
Sat
Singing for all workshops: Songs from Scotland and beyond @ George Washington Browne Room
Feb 25 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Singing for all workshops: Songs from Scotland and beyond @ George Washington Browne Room | Scotland | United Kingdom

Come and try traditional songs from Scotland and traditions from around the world. Traditional songs are easy to learn and enjoy and provide great opportunities to try harmonies. This will be a friendly and inclusive singing session. You do not need to have any experience nor be able to read music as we will learn songs by ear (words provided). Ellie Logan is a community musician, song leader, and camper van traveller.

Based in Edinburgh she has experience of leading all sizes and shapes of singing groups and also working one to one with people on understanding their voice and how to get the best out of it. She currently runs SeaSang which is a women’s singing group which gives space for community choir members to try more challenging material, various Sing for Fun informal singing groups, community ukulele classes and provides voice, brass, ukulele, and recorder tuition for primary children through Edinburgh City Council.

Ellie also works for the Traditional Music Forum as membership and communications officer. Ellie Logan is a supporter of and occasional tutor with the Scots Music Group. Based in Edinburgh, they provide a wide range of opportunities to learn traditional music and sing. There is something for everyone.