Autumn is arriving, which can only mean one thing – the launch of CCC’s season 2018-19! We’re so happy to announce the details of our main concerts in Glasgow and Edinburgh for all the family (we’re also giving you a heads up about what we’ve got planned for next Spring – skip to the end to see dates you’ll need for your diary)!
Stuck for things to do over the Summer? We’re all hoping this sunshine lasts a bit longer, but here’s what else we like the look of in Glasgow and Edinburgh…GLASGOW *Shameless plug, but we’ve got some exciting events coming up!*Soundcycle workshop at Kelvingrove Bandstand Thursday 19th July, 11.30am – 12.30pmWe’re pedalling our way down to Kelvingrove Bandstand with plenty of percussion and bike parts to play with – our Soundcycle workshop is a fun way to get involved with music and sport all at once ahead of the European Championships arriving. BYOB (bring your own bikes)!There’s a wide range of activities for families happening at the Bandstand throughout July, so check out the link for more info!Soundcycle concerts at City Halls Friday 10 August, 12pm and 2.30pmOwen and our Essential Orchestra will be
Here’s a look back on the last year, jam-packed with musical mayhem and family fun (FYI, that works out at over 154 concerts and workshops reaching a total audience of 13,954, both publically and behind the scenes, not that we’ve been counting…)! Beatrix Potter: The Tales of Peter Rabbit and Jemima Puddleduck, August 2017It all started with our first ever show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival which ran for 22 performances in August 2017. This appealed to a younger pre-school audience and so it was a lovely way to meet future fans of CCC. It was an all-round quackin’ experience that got the wee one’s imaginations running wild, the adults hopping for joy and it’s one we hope to repeat in future. Fife Schools Project, September/October 2017CCC continued its work with Fife’s
We’re looking for a dynamic and hardworking freelance finance manager with at least 3 years’ experience who can thrive being part of a small but highly effective team (4 part-time staff). The ideal candidate will have experience of similar work for a small arts company with a proven understanding of the processes required to handle quarterly management accounts, prepare end of year accounts and manage the monthly payroll. A detailed job description can be found here. To apply please send your CV along with a covering letter including two references to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for applications is Monday 23 July at 12.00 with interviews the week beginning 30 July.