Opportunity! Bedford Music Workshop Leaders Convention

29/01/2015

 

Opportunity! Bedford Music Workshop Leaders Convention

29/01/2015

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If you are a musician?
Would like FREE training?
Are interested in local work opportunities?
This convention is for you!
A day of practical workshop sessions led by
Music Net East in partnership with Bedford Creative Arts
A chance to share ideas, learn from experienced workshop leaders, and hear about local training and work opportunities
programme includes:
Music Technology / Working in schools / Music Mentoring techniques / Bedford Music in Detention
Saturday 28th February, 11-4pm
University of Bedfordshire, Bedford
lunch included
FREE, but booking essential.
To book your place email us on info@bedfordcreativearts.org.uk  with ‘Bedford Music Leaders Convention’ in the subject line and let us know your name and phone number.
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