Wester Hailes Residency
SCO Connect in Wester Hailes
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra brings a brand new community residency programme to Wester Hailes! From October 2017 to summer 2020, local children, young people and adults will join our musicians to create, perform, record and enjoy music at a series of creative music workshops and performances in schools and venues in Wester Hailes and beyond. A team of SCO musicians launched the programme in style with an SCO Family Day at WHALE Arts on Saturday 21 October, bringing whale-themed musical fun and our colourful Instrument Armoury to the heart of Wester Hailes!
Dots & Lines
For nursery children. Join Dorothy Dot and Lily Line for crafts, music and movement - parents and carers welcome! Current project: Canal View Nursery: Mondays, 26 March to 18 June 2018
Creative workshops for primary classes, exploring music and movement. Current project: Canal View Primary School: Thursdays, 15 March to 10 May 2018
SCO at WHEC
Collaborative composition for secondary school pupils at Wester Hailes Education Centre.
Coming soon, in partnership with local providers.
To find out more about projects and performances in Wester Hailes and how you can engage with them, please contact Joanna Burns on 0131 478 8342 or email@example.com.
SCO Players - including Alison Mitchell (flute), William Stafford (clarinet), Aisling O'Dea (violin), Robert McFall (violin), Su-a Lee (cello) and Donald Gillan (cello) - will be working alongside expert practitioners Matilda Brown (composer), Ana Almeida (early years movement specialist), Caroline McCluskey (early years music specialist) and Paul Griffiths (animateur and guitarist).
We are proud to have children's television presenter Chris Jarvis as our Residency Champion. Chris will be visiting schools and community groups over the course of the residency.
The SCO Wester Hailes Residency is generously supported by The Castansa Trust, The Robertson Trust, Paul and Clare Rooney, The Christina Mary Hendrie Trust, Mrs Rowena Goffin's Charitable Trust, The Stevenston Charitable Trust, The Nancie Massey Charitable Trust, Geraldine Kirkpatrick Charitable Trust and Ponton House Trust.
We are grateful to our partners at WHALE Arts, Edinburgh College, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, City of Edinburgh Council and all participating schools for their help in delivering the residency programme.
Keep up to date with the Residency here on the website and on SCO social media.
To find out more about projects and performances in Wester Hailes, please contact Joanna Burns on 0131 478 8342 or firstname.lastname@example.org.