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Polyphonic Georgian Singing Group (Email to book a place)

Last Saturday of the month (Restarting from 30th September )

Time: 16:00 pm-18:00 pm Please arrive from 15:45 to sort out donations 

Where: Salisbury Centre Garden Fire Pit (Or Library weather depending) –   For outdoor please wear warm clothes/layers

Contact & booking (Booking is required to manage numbers)


*** NOTE:  please email EdinburghGeorgianSinging@gmail.com  if you intend to join a session as last minute communication might happen via email to all participants who have expressed interest.

Last Saturday of the month (Restarting from 30th September )

This sessions sometime might be in the garden (if the weather is good)

We are a group of Edinburgh singers who sing the wonderful traditional harmony songs from the Republic of Georgia. The group is open to everyone, with no particular musical background necessary except for a willingness to explore singing harmonies with others. All songs are taught by ear.

The group is led usually by two facilitators from a small pool of people who have been learning Georgian songs within two Edinburgh based groups who love to sing Georgian songs. The facilitators have been inspired by David Tugwell as well as the expert teacher of Georgian singing Frank Kane. The group aspires to follow Frank Kane’s approach of focussing on vibration in the body as the path to finding the authentic voice within ourselves and to connecting with other singers.




Suggested Donation:
£7 -£15

(we suggest £7 as a concession, £10 for employed and £15+ as a supporter fee)

No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

PLEASE BRING CASH TO THE WORKSHOP or, if not possible, donate online via www.salisburycentre.org/donate (IMPORTANT: Please write “Georgian Singing” as a Reference for the bank transfer)



About Donations:

Participation in our community-led events is on a voluntary ‘by donation’ basis. This means that nobody is expected to make a payment if they cannot afford to do so. However any donations received will be shared between the Centre and the facilitator, helping to make the events’ programme sustainable as well as to provide some reciprocity towards community facilitators’ time and skills offered.

Where a “suggested donation” is listed, this is just an indication of what the event might cost if it was ticketed – it is fine to donate less (or nothing at all). Yet if you can afford to and find value in the Salisbury Centre’s offerings , please consider ‘paying it forward’ by donating a bit extra helping to keep it possible for everyone to take part, whatever their circumstances.

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