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Between 18th and 20th May we will be hosting 20 musicians and dancers from Denmark. There will be music and dance workshops and sessions over three days, but we need hosts to accommodate one, two, or even more, of our guests from Thursday 17th to Monday 21st May. If you can help please email office@scottishculture.org or contact whistle tutor Helen Lynch.

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  • February 28, 2015 - Spring Sing 2015
    Scottish singing workshop with Sheena Wellington in Aberdeen on 28th Feb 2015. The workshop will take place at Rubislaw Church Centre, Fountainhall Road, Queens Cross, Aberdeen, on the corner with Beaconsfield Place.
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