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New Resource Helps Lincolnshire Sing!

A new mapping resource goes live on the soundLINCS website this week to help people find community choral groups in their area and to get Lincolnshire singing!ls1

Lincolnshire Sings is a mapping tool which displays choral groups across the county, allowing you to filter and search for a group relevant to you and to discover more information about them; including their contact details and rehearsal time and venue.

The resource was put together by soundLINCS, working with the Lincolnshire Music and Arts Education Hub and Lincolnshire Music service, following a lengthy consultation period and a concentrated press an
d publicity campaign.  The project received over 100 responses from all corners of the county, covering a diverse range of singing opportunities in Lincolnshire, from rock choirs to barbershop quartets, sea shanties to Gilbert and Sullivan.

Allison Jackson, Programme Development Manager at soundLINCS, commented: “Lincolnshire Sings will be a one stop shop for aspiring singers or teachers wanting to find groups close to them that they can get involved with. We hope it will encourage and enable young people and adults who love to sing the opportunity to easily find out how & where to go to join others with a passion for singing!”

The map can be viewed on the soundLINCS website at https://www.soundlincs.org/lincolnshire-sings-mapping/. If you know of any other singing or vocal groups in your area not on this map please get in touch with soundLINCS at info@soundlincs.org or by calling us on 01522 510073 and we will happily include them.

Lincolnshire Sings is part of our National Foundation for Youth Music’s Network Programme, EMTaP – East Midlands Talent & Potential, which is heavily subsidised by the National Foundation for Youth Music with additional support from each of the Music Education Hubs in the East Midlands region.


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