At 6pm on Thursday, 3rd December, Sing Ireland is delighted to be joined by Professor Luke O'Neill, Professor of Biochemistry in the School of Biochemistry and Immunology at Trinity College Dublin.
This 8th free Sing Ireland webinar will bring people together from across the group singing community, to share what they have tried and are doing in their choirs under current circumstances. Luke O’Neill will begin the webinar by speaking about the international progress on vaccines and the future trajectory of the pandemic. This will give valuable insight into the potential timelines for singing groups and face to face singing.
Attendance is free but must be registered in advance below.
Sing Ireland will provide an update on the new restrictions after the 1st of December and will share information on international research updates and digital software being developed.
There will be time for Q&A and the option to move into break out rooms for conductors, committees and singers to allow for peer to peer sharing of experiences, learning from one another, and allowing for insights into what other groups are currently doing. These will be moderated but will allow for open discussion and questions to take place.
Afterward, we will all return to the main room to share what was shared in break-out rooms and a short Q&A.
As part of this webinar, we will also be launching a peer contact network which will allow conductors, committee members, audio/video editors and others to share their contact information with Sing Ireland to be shared with any interested parties who are seeking assistance or expertise in various fields. As part of this, financial arrangements are encouraged between parties either as honorariums or as part of an exchange.