Are you part of a rural community or small town & looking for support or help?
RSCM Saturday Schools are perfect for you…
Our Saturday Schools are for singers, instrumentalists & leaders in church music. It’s a great opportunity to learn from different churches & strike up network of local help & support and are happening in rural areas and small towns across the country.
Saturday Schools take an innovative approach to this process by bringing choir leaders, along with some of their own choir, to learn together and pick up good practice.
Adrian Lucas, Head of Choral Studies at the RSCM, explained the rationale “The RSCM has long been associated with choral projects and we now want to develop the whole concept of leadership in a new and down-to-earth way.”
Each day offers two strands: one for choral work and one for congregational and instrumental work. For the most part these will work independently, but there will be an opportunity to come together at the end of the day to join in a corporate act of worship. This will bring together musicians of different backgrounds and from different kinds of churches, and participants can learn from each other as well as from the tutors, fostering unity and mutual understanding!
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
2017 dates are as follows:
21 October: Northampton
28 October: Cullompton, Devon
25 November: Northampton
2 December: Essex