Courses & Events

The latest training courses, conferences, events and networking opportunities from Sound Sense and its members. 

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08 January 2020
For researchers, singing practitioners, commissioners and policy makers working in the field of singing as a community asset in relation to mental health, hosted in partnership with Snape Maltings and the Royal College of Music
27 January 2020 - 28 January 2020
Sing to Beat Parkinson’s is holding its fourth annual training residency at Snape Maltings
27 January 2020
A networking event promoting participation and collaboration during three creative festivals in 2020: Age of Creativity, Get Creative Festival, and Creativity & Wellbeing Week
01 February 2020
Applications will open in July for this postgraduate programme offered by Sound Sense member, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance
05 February 2020
Produced by Midlands Arts Centre on behalf of The Baring Foundation and Arts Council England,this day explores the role of creativity, arts and cultural change in the experiences of growing older
13 February 2020
Sound Connections' annual gathering this year will open up a dialogue on what power and privilege means in music education and for those working with and for children and young people
17 February 2020 - 18 February 2020
Sound Sense invites you to take part in the second Training the Community Musician Symposium, bringing together practitioners who teach Community Music in formal, informal and non-formal sectors. Following on from feedback from Training the Community Musician symposium 2019, this second symposium will delve into and explore three of the themes that came out of the open space discussions of the previous symposium. The symposium will combine using Open Space facilitation with panel discussions and provocations
27 February 2020
The first of two training days from Music for Wellbeing CIC for people who work musically with people with dementia, or are interested in developing this aspect in their work
11 March 2020 - 16 March 2020
Snape Maltings Creative Campus is curating a 5-day residential course of rejuvenation, inspiration and support for experienced music leaders working in challenging settings
18 March 2020
The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance, in partnership with the University of Cambridge and Central St Martins, has announced its first research think-tank on the work of the arts and culture in prisons and probation

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