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Top tips for emerging practioners

James Moriarty, a graduate of CM‘s Music Leader Training course, has written a briefing paper about his journey as an emerging music practitioner specialising in music in challenging settings. It’s essential reading for new music leaders who are interested in a career which includes delivering music with young people in challenging circumstances, and contains some top tips, useful ideas, and suggestions for signposting. Please feel free to share among your networks.

Read James’s briefing paper here >

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