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Free singing workshop for patients and staff as part of exciting research project

13 April 2017

As part of an exciting research project that Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is working on with the Centre for Performance Science (a partnership of Imperial College and the Royal College of Music) and Tenovus Cancer Care, we invite patients and staff to a free singing workshop.

As part of an exciting research project that Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is working on with the Centre for Performance Science (a partnership of Imperial College and the Royal College of Music) and Tenovus Cancer Care, we invite patients and staff to a free singing workshop.

This is open to everyone—including staff, patients and friends—and no musical experience is required. Have fun with others, enjoy singing, and learn about current research exploring the benefits of singing for those affected by cancer. There will also be the opportunity to sign up to take part in the research study at the session if you wish.

For more information please contact Katey Warren on 07399 528 611 or katey.warran@rcm.ac.uk.

When and where?

20 April, 2pm
Ron Johnson Ward
2nd Floor, Lift Band B
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
369 Fulham Road
London
SW10 9NH 

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