BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
15 Feb 2014, Eden Court, Inverness

Come and Create: Born in the USA

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Come and Create: Born in the USA
Sat 15 Feb 2014 Eden Court
Do you want to make music?
Do you want to make music?

Performers

Learning Event

Do you want to make music?

If you're a complete novice or an experienced amateur musician, join professional musicians from the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and take part in a special workshop and performance at Eden Court. Perfect for all the family, bring your instruments along. You don't need to read music and you don't need to play an instrument: anyone can sing in the choir, or play percussion instruments.

We're creating an orchestra and choir of all ages and abilities, led by composer and inspirational workshop leader Tim Steiner and guided by vocal guru Anna Flannagan along with members of the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. Everyone will get a chance to join in and be creative.
Inspired by the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra's forthcoming season of American orchestral music, this event takes the energy and pizazz of the USA as a starting point for a new musical piece - and a unique performance by you!

Almost any instrument you can carry can take part: from accordion to trumpet, violin to clarsach, bassoon to bagpipes. If you have just started to learn an instrument or you have been playing for years, bring it along and perform as part of the group.

To apply please email mailto:SSOOutreach@bbc.co.uk

Please state the following for each person you'd like to take part:
Name of each participant:
Age (if 16 or under):
Which instrument, voice or percussion:
Please let us know of any access requirements:

- a selection of handheld percussion instruments is provided on the day
- we cannot accommodate keyboard instruments or any electrically powered instruments
- this event is not recommended for ages 7 or under
- any participant aged 16 or under must be accompanied by an adult

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