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Sing Ireland and Creative Aging International – Special Interest Choirs

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Sing Ireland and Creative Aging International – Special Interest Choirs: Singing and Dementia with Norah Walsh

Sing Ireland and Creative Aging International are presenting a series of online workshops for Ageing Voices

The Special Interest Choir workshops will focus on how to start and grow a successful choir which caters for members with dementia and their carers. Participants will be informed on the key elements involved in running such a choir and they will be advised on some of the skills, methods and materials that are most effective for this choir type.

This workshop will take place in two parts, with the second workshop building on the first. 

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