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Edinburgh School of Music Wee Musicians Group

Every Saturday, 1 – 1.45pm
Studio B1.08

‘Wee Musicians’ is a fun and lively pre-instrumental music group for 4 – 6 year olds. The aim of this group is to introduce children to music through song, movement and simple percussion instruments which will begin to develop their beat, rhythm, pitch and aural awareness – all essential foundations for learning an instrument in the future!

Wee Musicians will be led by ESM Tutor, Eirini, who has experience in Music Therapy and children’s music education. The group will be £42 for the term (£7 a session) and will run every Saturday. To reserve your child’s space please contact us at: info@edinburghschoolofmusic.com

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Edinburgh School of Music Ensemble Choir

Every Thursday,  7 – 9pm
Studio B1.08

We are running a relaxed and informal contemporary choir just for adults! If you are looking for a new hobby or already sing and want to improve your technique and confidence, this is the group for you. All levels are welcome, whether you have previously sung in choirs or are a singing newbie. This class is a fun way to improve your vocal abilities and work towards group performances.
Tea & biscuits provided! £10 per session (reduced rate of £8 per session if booked for the term). To let us know you’re coming, please email: info@edinburghschoolofmusic.com 

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Speakin’ Cajun

Poetry Circus and The Jennifer Ewan Band present “Speakin’ Cajun”. Flyer for gig

Wednesday 10th of April 2019 at 8pm.

Traverse Theatre, 10 Cambridge Street, Edinburgh, EH1 2ED.

Admission £10.00

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SIMPLY SINGING

Meets in UPMO at 7pm on Wednesdays.
Term begins Wednesday 20th September

We are a small, womens choir who meet every Wednesday evening
We sing songs from around the world in 3 or 4 part harmony
All songs are taught in the traditional manner by listening and repetition so there
 is no need to be able to read music.

If you would like to try us out please come along
or contact Rachel Milne on 077 927 91 437

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BlueGrassmarket Festival

BlueGrassmarket Festival 22-24 Sept.22nd – 24th of September
Join us for a weekend celebrating all things Bluegrass, Country and Americana!

Run by Roots Events who are based in studio 3.04 [Johanna also works in the office], the BlueGrassmarket Festival will see a range of acts take over the Grassmarket for a weekend in September.  Tickets now on sale!

This year we’re setting the precedent of superb sound and high-calibre acts.

 Van Tastik opens the festival in Finnegan’s Wake, while The Jellyman’s Daughter and Cow Cow Boogie step up to our Grassmarket Square outdoor stage. St Margaret’s House resident band the Jennifer Ewan band, who currently have a series of gigs on at the fringe at the Montebar, will also be playing the outdoor stage on the Saturday.

Join us on Saturday in the Grassmarket Centre for an exquisitely-crafted evening with tweed-clad Banjo Lounge 4 in concert with the “Hillbilly Noir” sounds of Cera Impala & the New Prohibition and the foot-tapping country tunes of Edgehill.

For full line-up visit our website or follow us on Facebook or twitter.

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Community gig evening in the Drawing Room

Salon Sessions n° 1

Saturday 24 June, 2017
6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Come join us at the first Salon Session gig in the Drawing Room at St Margaret’s House!

630 – 7pm: Open mic for kids
7 – 8:45pm : Open mic for everyone
8:45 – 9:30pm: Music and song by Johanna Crossley-Zels

We will be taking donations on the door (suggested donation of £5 for adults / free for kids). Snacks will be available and you can bring your own bottle. Donations from this edition will go towards putting on future gigs at the Drawing Room.

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SIMPLY SINGING

We will restart on Wednesday the 21st November at 7pm – 9pm in St Margaret’s House. We sing world songs in 2, 3 and 4 parts and have a lot of fun whilst doing it. more

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