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Vocal Chord Perth

Community Choir / Singing group
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Name: Karine Neill
Role: Management
Phone: 01382 835509
Email: karine.neill@nhs.scot

New members need to contact the group before attending a session.
Location

Norrie Miller Studio
Perth Concert Hall and Theatre
Mill Street
Perth

PH1 5HZ
Cost
No charge
Type of venue
Arts Venue
Venue Accessibility
Disabled Access
Metered parking nearby
Good public transport links
Refreshments available
Hearing Loop system
Large print song sheets and communications

Website: https://www.nhstayside.scot.nhs.uk/OurServicesA-Z/TaysideHealthcareArtsTrust
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More details

Conductor(s) / song leader(s)
Debra Salem, also Emma Neck and Amy Lord
About

In 2015 Tayside Healthcare Arts Trust established Vocal Chord Perth for people living with mixed long term health conditions, and their care support. Together we enjoy the shared collective experience of singing for wellbeing through learning songs, harmonies, warm-ups, and developing our social connection. We are supported by experienced Lead Singing Coaches and Volunteer Artists.

New members are always welcome dependent on how many people we have attending the group. We sing a wide range of songs, some classic, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and contemporary, through to traditional and jazz. We meet on a Monday afternoon for 1 hour and 45 minutes, have a social time before we start to welcome new members.

Tayside Healthcare Arts Trust aims to run 3 Vocal Chord programmes per year in Spring, Summer and Autumn, with continued partnership support from Perth Theatre and Concert Hall. Each programme runs for 8 weeks and the final session is a shared session for family and friends. We require people to register their interest and be confirmed a place for the most appropriate programme during the year.

Size of group
23
Group Affiliation
Tayside Healthcare Arts Trust and Perth Concert Hall and Theatre partnership
How the group runs / what kind of support the group offers:
Our conductor(s) / song leader(s) and organiser(s) have had training in dementia inclusion
We are supported by volunteers or paid staff who are able to provide support to group members during sessions where this is needed
 
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