Learn Something

Many of our projects are about getting people involved with making and doing - so this is where we'll be posting up resources so that you can join in!

Kernow Bedroom Choir

Ever fancied learning to sing in harmony? Well here's your chance!

Singing has been a way of bringing communities together for generations. The stories that make up our Cornish culture and identity have been passed down through songs that are popular to this day. In these extraordinary times, to come together and learn songs and sing them together is a big challenge, so we teamed up with Daniel Woodfield to create a short series of tutorials to teach people the melody and harmonies of some of Cornwall’s most cherished folk songs.

During lockdown, we asked people to submit recordings of them singing or playing, and brought all of the recordings together in one joyful track to share virtually while we couldn't meet and sing together in person.

Although these projects have now ended, these resources remain available for you to learn these wonderful songs. We'd love to hear your renditions – feel free to share your recording on Facebook!

You don’t need any experience to have a go – just the willingness to learn!

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A Song For Us

A Song for Us celebrates our communities and the power of music to bring us together. As part of a national music project, Gavin Bryars, Skinny Pelembe, Seth Lakeman, This is the Kit & Bucky and Gwenno are creating new songs inspired by the people of East Riding, South Yorkshire, Devon, Bristol and Cornwall.

A Song for Us - Cornwall was written by Gwenno and will be performed by the Kernow Bedroom Choir. It was premiered online on the 23rd of March 2021 at asongforus.org.

 

 

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Build a Better Bodmin

intoBodmin is a community and arts organisation.

Our mission is:

To enable individuals and communities to access cultural activity, encouraging innovation, participation and partnerships.

To bring vitality into the heart of the town and bring the communities together through accessible and inclusive spaces and activity.

To see the community’s aspirations grow and inspire community pride in the place they live.

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