Twenty five choir leaders from across Scotland came along to the 5th annual Scottish Song Leaders’ Networking Weekend at beautiful Comrie Croft at the end of February. Introductions on […]
Scotland Sings GLOW Meet
Siobhan Miller and Jeana Leslie ran our last GLOW meet, in collaboration with Education Scotland, on Friday 28th November teaching new songs to sing along to. For details of upcoming […]
Press Release: Singing Workshop across the country in January
Press Release: Singing Workshop across the country in January Get together with other singers in the area to celebrate new Scottish songs based on Burns Scotland Sings is running harmony […]
Sing for your heart!
From Heart Research UK This December, we’re asking the nation to warm up their vocal chords so we can continue helping people to live happier, healthier, longer lives. Over the […]
Paths to Songs, Blog number 4 – more songs, more noise.
I must admit that I have fallen behind on my blog, but have been to see Ellen a few times since I last wrote and I think things are going […]
Sing for your heart!
A great article by Heart Research UK about the effects singing has on your body! “Singing even helps you live longer according to the findings of a joint Harvard and […]
Singing helps COPD sufferers
Another brilliant example of singing helping to improve health! “Around the world an estimated 64 million people are struggling to breathe on a daily basis. But could a simple sing-song […]
£100,000 Medicine vs Singing
This is another amazing example of the health benefits of singing! “A new study has found that the lung health of Scots cystic fibrosis sufferers drastically improved after singing lessons.” […]
Scots Language Radio
Scots Language Radio is a monthly podcast about Scots Language, culture and events presented by Frieda Morrison. Producer/Presenter – Frieda Morrison. Studio contributor and ethnologist – Steve Byrne. Sound – Richie […]
The Voice As An Instrument by Amy Leach
Travelling through to Dundee on the windiest, rainiest day of the year (albeit only the third day of the year…) would have been totally miserable, if I didn’t have a […]
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