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Welcome to Sound Sense

25 years of supporting community music

We are the UK professional association promoting community music and supporting community musicians

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More news from Sound Sense

International student research conference, York  *14 November
The very successful York conference of last year is returning, hosted by the International Centre for Community Music at York St John University and supported by Sound Sense. This one-day event will provide a focused environment for students currently or recently engaged in community music research read more >>  

Care homes should do more singing
That's what our latest report from A choir in every care home says. The evidence for the benefits of singing for older people "continues to grow." There are benefits not only for the residents in care homes, but also for the relatives, care home staff, and the care homes themselves. At our ACIECH website, you can read more >> 

News from Sound Sense members

Teaching musician postgraduate programme, London *Applications close 30 November
This programme from Sound Sense member Trinity Laban offers bursaries for students specialising in creative education practice, plus a new option to achieve an MA degree by extending your studies

 NYMAZ SEND Music Network Gathering 2016, Scarborough *16 November
An annual gathering from Sound Sense member NYMAZ, open to anybody with an interest in music and special educational needs/disabilities



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