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Workshop to explore music education

Workshop to explore music education

THERE is stil time to sign up for Enterprise Music Scotland's Music Education Matters conference at the Arches in Glasgow on Friday May 30, which features a comprehensive line-up of speakers from across the whole spectrum of music education.The body that has hugely expanded its programme of workshops accompanying chamber music recitals has assembled a fine colleciton of like-minded experts to debate the issues and share experiences. Full details of the programme and how to sign up are on the EMS website.

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Farewell tour of The Seekers

ON singer Judith Durham's 25th birthday, in July 1968, the phenomenally successful 60s quartet The Seekers played their farewell concert at London's Talk of the Town, an event released as a live album later that year after the group called time on a five-year career. She is now 70 and last orders has continued for a further 45 years with the original line-up of Durham, songsmith Bruce Woodley, bassist and raconteur Athol Guy and Keith Potger, who subsequently managed The New Seekers, now marking the 50th anniversary of debut hit I'll Never Find Another You with a further farewell tour. The foursome play two Scottish dates at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall tonight and tomorrow.

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