The De Haan Centre has developed and evaluated an innovative community singing initiative involving people with a history of severe and enduring mental health problems and professional and family supporters. A network of seven singing groups was established between September 2009 and June 2010 in towns across East Kent, UK.

Important Update as of 2011-02-28

The contact information for Deborah Annear, AIRS Administrative Project Manager—Finances, was incorrect on the competition forms. Please verify the address to which you sent the forms initially and resend any documents to dannear@upei.ca before the submission deadline.

We apologize for this error and any inconvenience it may have caused.

We are pleased to announce that the AIRS 3rd Annual Meeting will take place in conjunction with Festival 500, The Phenomenon of Singing Symposium, and the International Council of Choral Conductors, in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. The dates of the AIRS meeting and technical program will be July 10–11, with the Policy and Planning meeting on July 9th. An AIRS Plenary will also be presented on July 13th at a joint meeting of all 3 organizations. Forms for abstract submission and student travel to be posted soon.

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