Monday 31st January 2022 | 4.30-6pm | Zoom
A session exploring Participant-led Intercultural Music-Making delivered by Natalie Mason and Germa Adan from Friction Arts’ Multicultural Music Making Project.
The session will include:
- An overview of the Multicultural Music Making project and our ‘Principles of Practice’ – the techniques we use to facilitate participant-led music-making sessions
- A practical exploration of culturally-responsive music-making practices
- Time to reflect on how relevant and responsive music-making contributes to improving inclusion, diversity and equality in music education
- The training is open to anyone working/interested in working musically with children and young people. This could include, but is not limited to, Music Teachers/Tutors, Community Musicians, Music Leaders, School Teachers, Students, Project Managers, Music Hub Staff.
This training session is pulled together in partnership with MAC Makes Music as part of the Fair Play training programme from Worcestershire, Warwickshire, and Gloucestershire Music Education Hubs. These events have been made possible through support from Youth Music.
Please click HERE to register for this event.