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Who is it for?

This event is designed for:

  • New and potential leaders in music education
  • PCGE students
  • Classroom, peripatetic and private music teachers
  • Community musicians
  • Early years practitioners
  • Music Education Hub leaders and managers
  • Grassroots music organisation leaders, managers and producers
  • Youth sector staff
  • Funders
  • Policy makers
  • National music education organisation leaders and staff

We particularly welcome individuals who considers themselves a minority, or who have been made to feel ‘other’, whatever stage of your career you are at. We will support you throughout the sit-in with awareness of your psychological safety, as we recognise topics of discrimination are sensitive and can be distressing.

We also welcome organisations and individuals from across the sector who wish to develop their understanding of institutional and individual discrimination and seek to action change for the better.




£20 one day / £30 both days
Subsidised rate for freelance / self-employed individuals: £10 one day / £20 both days
Video recordings (for non-attendees): £5*

Video recordings will be sent to all attendees after the event so it is not necessary for you to purchase video recordings in addition to another ticket.

*We are keen that financial barriers do not prevent practitioners from attending Sound Connections events. We have a number of bursaries available for individuals, freelancers or students who are currently not in employment. If you would like to take advantage of this for this event, please email briefly outlining your employment status, and we will send you a discount code.

If you would prefer to pay via invoice, please contact Emily (

If 4+ people from your organisation would like to book a ticket please email a completed version of this form to Emily (


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