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Inclusive Singing

Thursday 1 March 2018

2.00pm - 5.00pm

Oxford House, Bethnal Green, Derbyshire Street, London, E2 6HG

Led by singer-composer Roshi Nasehi, this interactive workshop builds on Sound Connections commitment to enabling the sector to embed inclusive practices in music.

Taking an open view of inclusion, this event will enable you to create welcoming environments for groups of young people facing challenging circumstances such as young migrants and refugees, and provide tools to reflect on the ideas that frame your activity.

The course will be a fluid mix of practical demonstrations and discussions to help practitioners create flexible music environments for young people in SEN/D settings and those with different behavioural needs. We will look at music and trauma, and briefly touch on the possibilities of technology. We will also attendees the opportunity to discuss/workshop issues they are facing with building inclusive practices within their settings.

Get 15% discount when purchasing your ticket using the code FEB18  before the end of February.

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