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Wired4Music reflections on NAME conference

Last week we co-hosted the National Association of Music Educators (NAME) London conference. This one-day event focussed on creative and imaginative ways to use music to engage young people, whatever the challenges they face.

There were presentions and workshops from Tobias Sturmer, Phil Mullen, Gawain Hewitt, Jennifer Raven from Fairbeats!, Clare Lovett from Spitalfields Music and Stuart Walker from Cherry Trees School, with a magical performance from the boys at Cherry Trees.

Helen Finnegan, a Wired4Music member, was there and blogged about her experience

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