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SC&T has a prominent role at Tartan Day this Saturday as we continue the launch of our September evening classes programme. Our activities will be based in a marquee outside Provost Skene's House where we will be having taster sessions between 12.30pm and 3.30pm. Some SC&T instruments will be available to try and we can answer any questions you have.
Beyond the marquee, there are various performance venues where SC&T will be providing the entertainment, the latest schedule can be found here. The classes programme can be picked up for the marquee. If you are out and about, please wear your SC&T t-shirts, as we want to use Saturday to put SC&T on the map, a programme in the pocket and new enrolments in the diary.
A showcase of tutors launched the SC&T Classes programme at The Lemon Tree on Saturday.
You can view a copy of this via the link below and printed leaflets will be available from next Saturday (Tartan Day). Online bookings are preferred and these will open on 1st August. If you have not booked online with us before, we use Paypal for payments so you will find booking simpler if you have set this up first.
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The winning song was "Carrion Craw" (words) by Tom Clelland. This was described by the judges as having "strong dramatic lyric, good original melody, great connection with the battle of Harlaw, and original take, contemporary and retreat march feel, well crafted, great use of Scots, the song takes you on a journey somewhere".
The winner was awarded a cash prize plus the opportunity to perform the song at the concert on 9 June 2011 in the Town and County Hall of Aberdeen Town House, organised by the Elphinstone Institute.