Georgian Singing Workshop Led by Carl Linich
|Dates:||1 June 2019|
|Times:||10:30 - 16:30|
|What is it:||Music concert|
|Organiser:||Martin Harris Centre|
|How much:||£20 full, £12 concessions|
|Who is it for:||University staff, Adults, Current University students, General public|
Join us for a day of exquisite and uplifting Georgian singing! Under the expert guidance of visiting teacher Carl Linich, we will learn three-part songs in a variety of styles from different regions of Georgia (Caucasus), a country renowned for its extraordinary musical heritage. The workshop is suitable for singers of all abilities and you don’t need to be able to read music: songs will be taught by ear and word sheets will be provided.
Carl Linich (USA) is an internationally acclaimed singer and teacher of polyphonic (multipart) songs from Georgia. A fluent Georgian speaker who lived in Georgia for 10 years, Carl has been honoured by the Georgian government for his work in helping to promote and preserve Georgian folk music. He is a member of Trio Kavkasia and also directs the Supruli Ensemble in New York and the Georgian Choir at Bard College.
You may bring your own lunch. There is also a selection of shops and cafes nearby.
How to book: Please email the Martin Harris Centre Box Office on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will call you back between 12:30-14:30 to take your payment. Alternatively, call the box office on 0161 2758951 between 12:30-14:30 and we can take your payment over the phone. You may also book and pay in person by visiting the box office between 12:30-14:30, Monday to Friday.
Directions: The Martin Harris Centre (a few blocks behind Manchester Museum, just off Oxford Road) is number 42 on the Campus Map, with entrances on both Coupland Street and Bridgeford Street. Room G16 is on the ground floor.
Please Note: This event will be taken off sale at 2:30pm on Thursday 30th May. If you would like to book a place after this time, please email Caroline Bithell on email@example.com.
Price: £20 full, £12 concessions
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Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama