|Date:||Friday 6 January 2023|
|Time:||2pm - 4pm OR 4pm - 6pm|
|Venue:||The Exchange, County Hall, Pitt Street, Preston|
We’re inviting teachers, music leaders and musicians to come and try out some of the technology being used to make music accessible for disabled students.
This free, hands on session on Friday 6 January is an opportunity to try out accessible instruments and music technology with support and advice on hand from the experts. You can come to either session and you don’t have to stay for the full two hours.
Lancashire Music Service (LMS) are working in partnership with Drake Music to undertake an audit of Specialist Schools in Lancashire to consider what accessible instruments, apps and technology would help break down barriers to music making for students. This event follows on from the schools audit from Drake Music, being led by Kris Halpin, where recommendations will be made to LMS regarding provision of accessible instruments and music technology to schools and pupils. This initiative will help make playing and creating music possible for children and young people with physical barriers such as limited movement, supporting their physical, educational and mental wellbeing.
Book you place using the link below and for further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note this event is aimed teachers and musicians working with students (rather than the students).
Drake Music are leaders in music, disability and technology. They are innovators, educators, curators and advocates, and believe everyone has the right to express themselves creatively through music. They use new technologies and ideas to open up access to music for all. Their vision is a world where disabled and non-disabled musicians work together as equals.Book now