Free music development courses for young people in Middlesbrough (From Darlington and Stockton Times)
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Free music development courses for young people in Middlesbrough
2:19pm Sunday 22nd September 2013 in News
A youth music project on Teesside is offering free training and development sessions over the coming months.
Throughout the autumn (CORR) musinc is hosting a series of free training and development events open to musicians, youth sector staff and anyone using music in their work with young people.
The first event takes place on Monday, September 23 at the (CORR) myplace youth centre in Middlesbrough from 9.15am to 3.15pm.
Advance booking is essential - contact musinc project assistant Corey Brown for further information or to book a place by email at email@example.com or telephone 01642-729138.
For further information about the musinc project visit www.musinc.org.uk
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