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Developing and supporting young people’s music – especially those who are disadvantaged – brings huge reward but also challenge. 

We know that as the needs of children and young people change, so too do the needs of those working with them – whether as teachers, workshop leaders, managers, producers, coaches or mentors.

Sound Connections’ 2020-21 programme focuses on:

  • Youth voice and participation
  • Music and social justice
  • Music in the early years
  • Diversifying the music education workforce

Following the COVID-19 pandemic, we are continuing to offer the majority of our training and networking events online until further notice. Read the blog about our 2020-2021 programme here (blog to come).

All of our events are subsidised with support from The National Foundation for Youth Music and the Rachel Baker Charitable Trust.

 

Training courses

Sound Connections runs an online full programme of training and seminars across the music education sector, including accessible learning, singing and early years. Find out more >

Inclusive Practice in Action 

In our annual gathering in February 2021 – which will be a virtual event – we will be focusing on diversifying the music education workforce. Find out more > 

 

Music and Social Justice Network

The Music and Social Justice Network is a community of practitioners working with young people through music. We host three Network gatherings per year, each one aimed at helping people understand social justice, and bring greater justice and equity to their work.  Find out more>

 

London Early Years Music Network (LEYMN)

Championing high quality early years music pedagogy and practice in London via networking and training events, and our Apprentice programme. Find out more >

Information, advice & guidance

We offer a range of information, advice and guidance services for individual practitioners and organisations. Find out more >

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