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A new team for 2019!

We have started the year with a number of new appointments and promotions as part of a Sound Connections restructure. The newly formed team will carry Sound Connections into its next phase of life, and help us achieve our ambitions for the coming years.

We’re really excited to be welcoming former Wired4Music member Jasmine Kambi as Wired4Music Producer. Jasmine has been involved in numerous Wired4Music initiatives in the past, so she brings first-hand experience of the programme, plus a wealth of facilitation, production and events skills, to working with the next generation of musicians, producers and creatives.

Jasmine will be joined by Hali Brown-Onigbanjo, in the new role of Wired4Music Communications and Admin Assistant. Hali will be taking care of Wired4Music social media channels and spreading the word about the many different ways young people can access advice and opportunities across London.

Jess Loveless has been at Sound Connections since 2014, initially as a Programme Coordinator and then Producer. We are thrilled that she has been promoted to Programme Manager in charge of our work with young people. As a member of the senior management team, she will oversee Wired4Music and deliver youth voice training and consultancy.

Abi D’Amore has been working as a freelance consultant for Sound Connections over the past five months, supporting a number of projects with Music Education Hubs and arts organisations. She will now be joining us as Associate Programme Manager, with responsibility for our training and development programme. She has a wealth of experience supporting musicians and teachers in her previous role as Chief Executive of Musical Futures and works with arts organisations across the country as a consultant.

Jennifer Raven has been at Sound Connections since 2014 in the role of Programme Manager. She has been in charge of our work with children and young people and has led the growth of our consultancy service. She has also been responsible for securing significant funding and commissions to develop activity outside of London and so we are delighted that she has been appointed to the new role of Deputy Director. She will work alongside Philip Flood, Director, in developing our business plan and building new partnerships nationally.

This new structure will enable Sound Connections to create new opportunities for young people, the music education workforce, Music Education Hubs and arts and cultural organisations across England. It will also strengthen our strategic role, in partnership with Youth Music, as a member of the Alliance for a Musically Inclusive England.

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