How can we help young people to have a rich, high quality experience of instrumental education and music in performance online?
NYMAZ is hosting the first Connect: Resound Gathering, a daylong event that will explore how technology can increase access to music education opportunities for children and young people facing geographic and other barriers. It will provide you with the inspiration, tools, contacts and skills to help you to make best use of online technology in your music education practice.
The gathering will include contributions from:
David Ashworth - Author, Music Education Consultant and Music Technology specialist Inspire Music
Professor Michael Rofe - Senior lecturer in music at Falmouth University, and leading researcher in musicology and technology, education and community music Online Orchestra
Alan Cameron - Education Officer, Composer and Distance Learning champion Dumfries and Galloway Online Music Project
Mark Burke - Digital Partnerships Director and Music Hubs advisor Charanga
Simon Glenister - Musician and Director of Music Technology and Social Impact organisation Noise Solution
- and many more! More speakers will be confirmed at www.nymaz.org.uk/connectresound
There will also be plenty of opportunities for networking and hands on learning throughout the day with a range of leaders in the field of music technology and education.
The event is intended for anyone working in the field of music education, including Music Hub managers, Instrumental and classroom teachers, music leaders, development workers, funders and policymakers.
Tickets are £35 for NYMAZ Remote Music Learning Network members. Book your place now at connectresound2016.eventbrite.co.uk
For full details please visit http://www.nymaz.org.uk/connectresound/attend-a-training-event/