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No need to be worried about joining YYC - the first course of Rosa

Going away for a week long residential with a group of strangers can be quite a scary thought no matter how much musical experience you have, how old you are or how much we reassure you that despite our quirks we are a friendly and welcoming bunch.

You might be scared about fitting in, finding the music challenging or feeling homesick.

This post is here to let you know that you are not alone in feeling like this and that if you were to join YYC you would not need to worry about any of these things.

For our Easter 2017 course we had 9 new members, the majority of them were in junior choir. Rosa Carr was one of these newbies. She is a 10 year old, year 5 student, from a Leeds primary school and she has shared some of her experiences from her first course to show you that there is nothing to worry about.

Fitting In

“I was nervous before I got there but when I arrived I quickly realised there was nothing to worry about”

When you arrive at Queen Ethelburga’s you are shown to our rehearsal block …

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