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The Wanstead Tap, Arch 352, Winchelsea Road, London E7 OAQ, United Kingdom
Saturday 9 July 2016, 11.00-1.30
£5 Adults 2.50 children

Composer Virginia Firnberg will be leading a soundwalk, for groups including families with young children, teenagers, and arts practitioners. Explore the sounds of Wanstead flats and surrounding areas with guided listening exercises, interactive sound events as well as hands-on activities and a 'sound treasure hunt' for youngsters.

To book, call Virginia on: 07813-116505


Music Techniques for Artists, Writers and Composers
Music Techniques for Artists, Writers and Composers
To Book: Call Trisha on 0207 511 1117 / Virginia on 07813-116505 or e-mail: info@rosettaarts.org; virgifrn@yahoo.com
The Rosetta Arts Centre, The Humble Gallery, 1 Hamilton Road, West Ham, London E15 3AE, United Kingdom
14 April 2016 - 19 May 2016, 11.30-13.30

Artists, Writers and Composers, get inspired at these two hour, hands-on, workshops showing how music techniques can be used across the arts disciplines.

During the workshops, you will listen to a short presentation of a specific musical technique, then you will learn how to apply this technique to your own work in a supportive environment alongside creatives from your own or others’ disciplines. In addition, there will be opportunities to learn from each other’s work. You will ideally need three or more years experience in your own discipline.

Composers: bring a pencil, a rubber and manuscript paper, and/or a computer with your favourite composing programme on, a keyboard will be provided. Artists: bring any material that you would like to work with. Writers: notebook and pen, laptop etc.


WAVE-A Community Choir for East London
WAVE-A Community Choir for East London
Harmony Hall, Melody Room, 10 Truro Road, Walthamstow, London E17 7BY, United Kingdom
Wednesday 13 April 2016, 7.30-9.30
£10/8 conc. first session free

In a warm, fun and supportive atmosphere, we will sing warm-ups, some songs (from a range of Folk, Classical, Gospel, Jazz, Pop, Rock etc.), have a cup of tea and a chat, sing a few more songs, and go home, or go to the pub, then do it all over again the next week. Virginia will direct, she is an experienced musician, composer, educator and arranger and is currently the musicial director for The three Valleys Male Voice choir, among other things.

Introduction to Reading Music C
Introduction to Reading Music C
Morley College, 61 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7HT, United Kingdom
Sunday 13 March 2016, 10.30-17.00
£75 full, 60 concession

For those with some basic ability to read musical notation, including:  the five-line stave, treble and bass clefs, simple rhythmic values and time signatures. This course extends your understanding of music notation and theory, and will assist instrumental learning, singing, musicianship and general understanding of music.
Ideally taken by those who have done Introduction to Reading Music A and B. Excellent for those singing in a choir.




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