Community Music Tutor Training
5 Day Course in Cardiff
15th, 16th, 23th, 29th and 30th of January 2018 at The Loudoun Centre in Cardiff.
£120 or £80 Concessions (limited bursaries may be available.)
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Community Music Wales will be running an introductory Community Music Tutor Training course in Llanrwst on 27th & 28th November 2017.
This is a two day practical course designed to give an understanding of community music and a taste of Community Music Tutor Training. This course is also useful to those who work with community groups and would like to explore using music activity in their work. Thanks to the Arts Council of Wales funding we are able to offer it at the amazing price of £50 (£30 concession).
For more information contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org | 02920 838060
Community Music Wales would like to invite you to join in on an evening of fun, quirky and eclectic participatory music.
“25 and Live” will celebrate CMW’s 25th Birthday and our successes over the past 25 years.
The evening will include a lineup of community music performers from across Wales including:
and Ghostbuskers http://tapemusicandfilm.co.uk/whats-on/ghostbuskers/
as well as some participation and suprises.
Come and help us celebrate this milestone of reaching 25 years of outstanding participatory arts delivery, and also in celebrating the rich diversity of music from communities across Wales.
Tickets are selling out fast so don’t forget to buy yours soon, and remember to bring your Kazoo to join in the fun.
We sincerely hope you will join us for 2017’s biggest event in participatory arts and an all round fantastic birthday party.
Buy your tickets here:
Workshop Programme for Autumn 2017
CMW are happy to announce a new programme of workshops and services for autumn 2017.
Please click the link below to find a booklet detailing the range of activities Community Music Wales can provide on a bespoke basis.
Click here to view the booklet
All our services can be completely tailored to suit your needs as an individual or organisation and come highly recommended by previous users,
“Community Music Wales has complimented our service by enabling young people to express their ideas and vision through music with a bespoke, citizen centred approach, with award winning results!”
Liz Davidson, Learning Disability Wales.
We hope you will take the time to browse through the extensive range of services we can provide, there’s something to suit everyone.
If you wish to book a workshop today, or require any more information please don’t hesitate to contact us on:
Community Music Wales
Unit 8, 24 Norbury Road
Cardiff, CF5 3AU
Music Can Be The Breakthrough
At Community Music Wales we use music as a tool to enable people to express themselves. We have helped over 50,000 people in communities across Wales over the last 25 years.
Our tutors are musicians equipped with skills from our accredited Community Music Tutor Training programme. If then taken on, they work on a paid, freelance basis.
We have spaces available on our forthcoming training course in Bangor in September and we’d love to help you make your music make a difference.
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Forum Theatre Training
30th January – 3rd February 2017
New Life Church, Fairwater, Cardiff.
Led by Iwan Brioc, renowned Forum theatre practitioner and trainer.
Community Music Wales will run Forum Theatre training in Cardiff. The training is for anyone interested in using theatre as a tool to engage participants in debate and social change with communities; theatre practitioners, social activists, teachers, community workers, youth workers. No experience necessary.
Throughout this five day course, participants will investigate the theory and practice of Forum Theatre. A number of simple games and exercises centred on trust, confidence and group integration will be introduced. Participants will look at how to devise a Forum Theatre piece and how to conduct a public Forum session. The training will culminate with a performance of the Forum Theatre pieces devised by the group to an invited audience of friends. Reference will also be made to Legislative Theatre practice. Legislative Theatre is a method in which Forum Theatre is used as a basis for the formulation of policy, rules or legislation, in any body from school to government.
Places are limited. Cost: £195 (£145 concessions)
To book a place and for further information please contact Community Music Wales at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 029 2083 8060
Over the Summer, Community Music Wales have been running a number of different training opportunities, including our community music tutor training course which we ran in both Wrexham and Cardiff. We were happy to receive a lot of interest in this course (despite some of it being a little too late for the deadline!) and following the success of the courses we would like to open the floor for another Cardiff course in September. We are looking to generate enough interest for the course to be viable and judging by the enthusiasm for the previous two we don’t think it will be too hard! However we would like your help to get the ball rolling. If you would be interested in attending a course in September, or know of anyone who would, please don’t hesitate to let us know. We hope you’re having a great Summer and look forward to hearing from you!
This is a five day practical course designed to give an understanding of community music and a taste of Community Music Tutor Training. This course is useful for those who have some experience of working with groups and would like to consolidate their skills. This course is also useful to those who work with community groups and would like to explore using music activity in their work.
For further information call: 029 20838060 (South Wales) or 01286 685248 (North Wales) or visit the website: www.communitymusicwales.co.uk