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GUEST,Sam Pirt ETHNO ENGLAND 2004 - Apply NOW!!! (31) ETHNO ENGLAND 2004 - Apply NOW!!! 16 Sep 03


Dear All Catters paticularly those who are aged between 15 and 25.

ETHNO ENGLAND will be taking place between June 11-18th,in Yorkshire. 50 Folk musicians, singers and dancers aged 15-25 will come together from ALL around the world and teach each other their traditions with the help from 5 artistic leaders. The camp culminates in a performance at The Beverley and East Riding Folk Music Festival. These camps also exist successfully in Belgium and Sweden. As well as great music being made, Great friendships will be made and many boundaries will be broken.

This is the FIRST ETHNO ENGLAND CAMP in England, so get in touch if you want an application form or more information. ethnoengland@aol.com

Ethno England will also be running an Education Project which will be offering over 55 days of free workshops to a number of schools in East Riding and Nehbouring Environs throughout the year. The aim of the education projet will be to present workshops looking at local traditions and comparing these to other traditions around the world. This will be done through Researching, Recording, Performing and Archiving. Local artists will be brought in to run workshops and when the Ethno Week is on the schools will have exposure to the International Ethno Participants.


For more information please get in touch: ethnoengland@aol.com
Sam Pirt, Ethno England Director, 97 Hook Road, Goole, DN14 5JR


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