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Tuesday May 29 2018

Stephen Fischbacher and Suzanne Butler of Fischy Music at Heart and Soul last week. Picture by Jackie Macadam

Fischy Music turns 20 this year – and the charity is hoping to hear from people who have been touched by its work over those 20 years.

The Edinburgh-based children’s music charity, a familiar presence at churches and schools throughout Scotland, has worked with around half a million children across the UK and beyond since 1998.

Founder Stephen Fischbacher says: “As we look ahead to the next 20 years of Fischy Music, we would like to get a better picture of the long term effect of our work so we can be as effective and strategic as possible in nurturing the emotional, social and spiritual wellbeing of children.

“We are looking to get feedback from as many young adults (aged 18+) who have experienced Fischy Music, either directly in school or church or have just heard one or two of the songs in past years. We would like to get a clearer idea what sort of impact our songs and approach has had, if any, on the wellbeing of these young adults several years on from experiencing Fischy Music.

“If you would be willing to do a short online survey and/or if you have a Fischy story to tell do a short interview we would love to hear from you.”

For more information visit or Fischy’s Facebook page

Fischy Music is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a special concert in Edinburgh’s Assembly Rooms on October 6. Tickets are £7 from the Fischy shop.

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