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Challenging Circumstances Seminar: SOLD OUT

We’re delighted to announce that tomorrow’s seminar on SEN music-making has sold out.

The day is sponsored by Skoog Music and features guests Professor Nigel Osborne MBE and Dr Adam Ockleford, contributions from members of our Challenging Circumstances Network, plus a performance by stars of the H.BAM! project for autistic young people in Hackney, supported through Sound Connections’ Innovate programme.

You can follow all the action on Twitter tomorrow, using the hashtag #CCSEM.

We look forward to seeing you there.

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