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Music development

Music Development

We are committed to promoting music as a powerful art form and social tool within the community.

Our Music Development Officer encourages the development of all styles of music, as well as the training and performing of all ages and abilities. We also provide professional development opportunities for local singers, musicians and composers and are dedicated to attracting the best national and international musicians and performing companies to South Lanarkshire venues. We are also keen to share funding and any other music related knowledge that is required.

We run an on-going programme of classes, courses, summer schools, workshops, seminars, residencies performances and exciting one-off events with everything from tuition on individual instruments to song writing and samba drumming. Our wide ranging programme is designed to accommodate all needs, ages and abilities and runs over four academic terms enrolling in August, October, January and April each year (three terms at East Kilbride Arts Centre). Details are available in the arts development brochure and in the ACE children's activities programmes.

For further information on music development please contact:

Arts Development Office
Tel: 01698 452 299

The charges for this service vary.

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