Month: September 2012

CME Choral Teacher Education, London 2012/13

Once again the 3 day CME training led by the Master Teacher, Mandy Miller from Fife, Scotland with Jane Wheeler got off to an excellent start on Saturday 17th Nov. 17 delegates, primary and secondary teachers and freelance choir leaders attended and were taken through their paces in pedagogy, repertoire, score analysis, conducting practicum and masterclasses. This course is now full for the February and March dates, but please feel free to register your interest in next years course starting in October if you wish.

Speak Out! Sing Out!

An innovative, creative, one-day workshop devised through Living Song in preparation for Anti-Bullying Month November 2012. We work with small groups of pupils (8 from each school) to compose a song collaboratively, developing language of emotional literacy. This special day has been extended to East London schools after its popular success in Waltham Forest for the past two years. Click on the link below to open the flyer for more details. Speak Out flyer 11th of September 2012

Living Song Moves to Stratford Circus!

From September 2012, Living Song is moving to Stratford Circus, Theatre Square, London E15 1BX. Watch this space for details of the launch event. View Larger Map We will also be offering new projects in partnership with NewVIc and the Newham Music Trust, along with the CME Choral Teacher course 2012-13, which was such a success last year. Go to Activities to find out more about these. Living Song continues to be a place where London based music teachers and co-ordinators can make contact to request specific advice, or projects led by leading artists in the field of singing …

Jo Cull, Nelson Primary School

“Whilst we were waiting for the concert to start one of my pupils said to me . ‘Will this be happening again and will you chose the same pupils? Please say yes, please say yes!’. My pupils got so much out of the whole experience and it always amazes me how open they are to singing so many different styles of music, nothing seems to phase them”. Jo Cull, Assistent Head Teacher, Nelson Primary School, Napier Rd, E6 2SE