From: Making Music and Classic FM [info_at_makingmusic_dot_org_dot_uk]
Sent: 14 May 2010 13:00
Subject: The biggest celebration of singing ever

123sing - the biggest celebration of singing ever!            


Be part of the biggest celebration of singing ever!

Dear Dr Webber
123sing! is open to children, young people and adults
If you sing you’ll know that it makes you happy, relaxed, confident, inspired and full of energy. If you don’t, now’s your chance to find out.

Whether you sing or want to sing
Whether you can sing already or want to learn
Whether you sing in the shower or in a choir
Whether you are a professional or an amateur
Whether you are a child or an adult
Whether you prefer Abba, Bach, or Coldplay … this is for you!

If you would like to be part of something really special that aims to inspire more people to sing whilst raising money for music education projects for the most disadvantaged children and adults across the UK, all you need to do is …


(And watch this space for more details)

WHEN: 1, 2, 3 October 2010.

WHAT: 123sing! - the biggest celebration of singing ever. A national singing weekend to celebrate singing, inspire thousands more people to get involved in singing and raise money for music education projects. There will be three radio broadcasts over the weekend where everyone will be invited to tune in and sing along with people all around the UK.Men singing together

WHO: Classic FM and Making Music. With generous support from Sing Up, Youth Music and all the major national singing organisations.

So, please save the date and spread the word by forwarding this email to all of your members, partners, friends, family and colleagues.

Look out for another email soon with details of how to register your interest.

It’s time for everyone to come together and sing.

Very best wishes

Darren Henley and Robin Osterley

Managing Director, Classic FM and Chief Executive, Making Music

Photo credits: Men singing - Alex Rumford; Girls singing courtesy of Sing Up

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