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Tiny Tots Music sessions take place at Frederick Gough school on Saturdays during term time as follows:
9.45am to 10.15am – 18 months to three years old
10.30am to 11.15am – four to seven years old
Children should be accompanied by an adult and these sessions are £5 per half term. The sessions explore music, movement, songs and rhymes based on traditional songs and games, to focus on the development of language, communication, listening and the foundations of music.
For further information about the sessions, call 01724 292933 or email email@example.com.
North Lincolnshire’s premier Taiko team, a great opportunity to have a go at Japanese drumming with it’s compelling rhythms, stylised ‘martial arts’ movement and strong team work ethic.
No experience needed.
Sessions run term-time only.
Further information can be found on the Humber Taiko website
Reg Meuross’ moving work of social and political history (inspired by Brian W. Lavery’s book The Headscarf Revolutionaries) opens a window on Hull’s Hessle Road fishing community and fighting fishwife Lillian Bilocca’s successful campaign for improved trawler safety in the aftermath of the 1968 Triple Trawler Disaster.
Reg’s powerful songs are interwoven with narration from Brian W Lavery and rare archive footage from the time the ships went down. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
As part of their Heritage Open Days, the All Saints Church at Winterton have organised a concert by the superb Hull Band (formerly known as East Yorkshire Motor Services Band). Tickets cost £10 and include refreshments.
Fun weekly session for you and your child (term time only)
Young Music Maker sessions are for parents with children aged 18 months up to 4 years.
Tiny Tots Music helps children to learn musical skills as well as developing their communication and social skills. These sessions provide a wonderful opportunity for you to spend some quality time learning songs and games together with your child in a friendly and fun space.
These sessions are free and held every Monday morning from 10.30am to 12.15am at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre with staff from North Lincolnshire Music Service.
Contact us on 01724 296039 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Shower Singers Community Choir meets every Tuesday at John Leggott College Scunthorpe from 6pm to 7.30pm. New members are always welcome to join us at any Tuesday rehearsal – just contact us in advance to let us know at email@example.com or 01724 297956. The fee is just £3 a week.
We have a membership of around 70 members who simply enjoy a really good sing! The choir sings a very varied repertoire of pieces ranging from music from the shows, pop classics, gospel to just beautiful traditional songs.
The Shower Singers perform regularly. They give concerts in North Lincolnshire and are also happy to accept requests from further afield.
Everyone is welcome to join, from students to the more mature.
There is no audition needed and you don’t need to read music but you do need lots of enthusiasm!
The North Lincolnshire Ukulele Group meet on Thursdays once a fortnight at Frederick Gough School from 4:30 to 5:30pm. All are welcome!
They cater for strummers of all abilities – previous experience is not necessary, and instruments are available on loan from the North Lincolnshire Music Support Service. A small charge of £3 per session is payable. Please message for more details about joining the group.
Work with experienced musicians to learn instruments, improvisation, performance, technology and vocal work. The group regularly performs at local and regional events including Epworth Music Day and Cafe Indiependent.
6pm to 7pm – Beginner sessions for those aged 11 to 14
7pm to 9pm – Advanced sessions for those aged 14 to 19
Session runs term-time only