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Meet the Sound Connections team

Our dedicated team work across our specialisms to create high quality musical opportunities for young Londoners, support music practitioners and strengthen the music sector. Read more and get in touch!

Philip Flood

Philip Flood

Director

Philip Flood has been at Sound Connections since 2010 and is responsible for the overall strategy and governance of the charity. Previously, he was Head of LSO Discovery and prior to this, Education Director for Spitalfields Music and Head of Music and Media at a large inner-London FE college. He is also an advisor for the PRS for Music Foundation and a Trustee of the Music Education Council.

philip@sound-connections.org.uk

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Jennifer Raven

Jennifer Raven

Deputy Director

Jennifer Raven is Deputy Director of Sound Connections. She works with the Director to develop and deliver our business plan, grow our programmes, and build partnerships across the country. She also leads Sound Connections’ consultancy work with a focus on youth voice, evaluation and research. She has been at Sound Connections since 2014 (initially as Programme Manager).

Previously Jennifer worked within the music team at schools network Ark. In 2009 she co-founded Fairbeats – a charity with a focus on music-making for young refugees and new migrants – where she is now Development Director. Jennifer is also still active as a flute player and is a Trustee of the South East London Orchestra where her role focuses on Community Development.

jennifer@sound-connections.org.uk

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Liz Coomb

Liz Coomb

Programme Manager

Liz is a creative producer specialising in developing, delivering and leading small to large-scale events, projects and programmes for regional and national music organisations. Since 2014 her work has focussed on music education with children and young people, firstly at the award-winning Newham Music Hub expanding their portfolio of events, flagship projects and partnership work before joining Music for Youth in 2017 where she led the development and delivery of MFY’s programmes that reach 60,000 young people across the UK each year.

Liz has recently gone freelance and is currently working for Sound Connections as Programme Manager, overseeing the Youth Voice strand of our work (covering Jess Loveless’ maternity leave), leading a skills-development project for World Heart Beat Music Academy in South London, alongside developing her own work around singing and women’s health.

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Abigail D'Amore

Abigail D'Amore

Associate Programme Manager

Abigail D’Amore is Associate Programme Manager and an independent music education consultant with expertise in informal and non-formal pedagogies and practice as a means of increasing student engagement and participation. She works across the music education sector as a programme manager, evaluator, adviser and strategic partner for organisations including PMLL, Friday Afternoons, NYMAZ, DBS Coaching, West Midlands Music Services Collective and has previously worked with Creative People and Places, UCL Institute of Education, the Music Path (Los Angeles) and various Music Education Hubs.

She was formerly Chief Executive of Musical Futures, which was recognised as one of the Finnish Hundred top global innovations in 2017. Abigail is a school governor of Hallow C of E Primary School (Worcestershire), Trustee of Music Mark and the Young Voices Foundation. She studied ethnomusicology, and is passionate about how music forms part of peoples’ lives.

workforce@sound-connections.org.uk

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Helen Evans

Helen Evans

Programme Coordinator

Helen Evans is a Programme Coordinator at Sound Connections, and she is responsible for organising Sound Connections’ training programmes. She devises and manages courses and provides information, advice and guidance to music leaders and teachers. She is the main point of contact for Music Education Hubs and organisations engaging with singing and organises singing training events.

helen@sound-connections.org.uk

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Emily Perryman

Emily Perryman

Programme Assistant

Emily is the Sound Connections Programme Assistant. She coordinates the logistics of Sound Connections events as well as supporting the planning of various aspects of the Sound Connections programme, including consultancy, evaluation and Wired4Music projects. She is the first point of contact for general enquiries.

Emily is a music graduate and, as well as performing and composing music, she has a passion for music technology and enjoys digital composition. She is a long-standing volunteer at a music school for children and adults with learning difficulties and is a keen singer and flute player. Whilst at university Emily researched music education and worked in the community to observe and assist with music activity in schools and music hubs. She believes music should be available to all and has a deep understanding of how the arts can benefit an individual, emotionally and physically.

admin@sound-connections.org.uk

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Jasmine Kambi

Jasmine Kambi

Wired4Music Programme Producer

Jasmine Kambi is the Wired4Music Programme Producer, and works on programmes such as Generate as well as delivering the drop-in sessions for Londoners age 16-25. Before working with Sound Connections she had been a Wired4Music member since 2013. She has also worked at Sadler’s Wells Theatre for five years and is passionate about keeping the arts accessible for the next generation of creators. As a Wired4Music member she was involved in many of the network’s key projects such as Rising Futures, Generate and the development of the Music Manifesto.

jasmine@sound-connections.org.uk

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Camara Pinnock

Camara Pinnock

Marketing & Communications Coordinator

Camara is the Sound Connections Marketing & Communications Coordinator. She coordinates the marketing and communications for all Sound Connections programmes and services, including Wired4Music; the Sound Connections training and professional development programme; research and advocacy activities and consultancy projects. She is the main point of call for the promotion of your events, opportunities and news.

Camara joined Sound Connections from an occupation in theatre and is an enthusiastic singer-songwriter who enjoys composing and performing original material. Camara is extremely passionate about dismantling boundaries within the arts and the importance of music towards society.

camara@sound-connections.org.uk

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Tee Peters

Tee Peters

Wired4Music Intern

After losing his equipment in a tear gas attack while working as a videographer for Lil Pump, Tee Peters set aside all distractions and finally started making music to begin what he calls ‘Working Season’ where at which Tee Peters & German collaborator Mensing brings listeners new music every month with the objective of helping listeners love themselves more and get more focused on work.

Recent singles ‘Seasons’ & ‘Numeracy’ premiered on BBC Introducing as Track of The Week & has since been featured on Spotify’s ‘Conscious’ and ‘dazed ‘ & ‘Free Form’ official playlists. To follow this up, Tee performed for the Mayor of London and has teamed up with brands such as O2, DICE, War Child & Nandos & Rough Trade

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