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Interpreting the COVID-19 guidelines in your practice

Tuesday 13 October 2020

4:00pm - 6:00pm

Online via Zoom

Chris Walters and Barbara Eifler

 

In this session Chris Walters (Musicians’ Union) and Barbara Eifler (Making Music) will share their perspectives and expertise on how to interpret the guidelines around using music in education and community settings, and for performance. There will also be the opportunity to discuss and share with peers how you are adapting and evolving your practice.

 

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This session will be online using Zoom. You will receive an email with further details nearer the time. Please also check your junk inbox.

 

There is a £5 admin charge for this course. However, if you are an individual, freelancer or student who is currently not in employment, and for whom this fee would prevent you from attending, please email admin@sound-connections.org.uk with the title ‘Admin Fee Exemption’ and you will be sent a discount code – no questions asked. 

If you would prefer to pay via invoice, please contact Emily (admin@sound-connections.org.uk).


Chris Walters

Chris Walters 2018

Chris Walters is a music education official with the Musicians’ Union. He has previously worked at Trinity College London as head of music qualifications, and at Rhinegold Publishing as editor of Music Teacher magazine and head of content for the Music Education Expo. He trained as a clarinet player and started his career as a freelance musician and teacher. He remains active as a musician and freelance writer/editor.

Barbara Eifler

Barbara Eifler

Barbara has been the CEO of Making Music, the association for leisure-time music groups in the UK, since 2013. She started out as stage manager in theatre before moving into managing membership organisations. Since 2018 she has been playing cornet in the Crystal Palace Progress Band.

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