This music practitioner / organisation is a Sound Sense member working in community music. Sound Sense is the UK professional association for community music. Find out more about who we are, and read our music practitioner code of practice here.


Located in Cardiff and available to work Internationally.
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A Creative Music Technology graduate from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama (BMus (Hons) 2005 & MMus 2007), Ceri’s own musical practice explores the intricate possibilities of sound, working with music technology, instrumentation and multimedia performance experiences. During the last ten years at R.W.C.M.D., Ceri has trained several generations of sound artists and composers as well as workshop leaders who have gone on to become leading practitioners themselves. Ceri is a trained workshop leader (G.S.M.D. CPD leadership 2005), and working creatively with others is a key element of her practice. She has produced workshops and performances with children across Wales with performances at R.W.C.M.D. Techniquest and Wales Millennium Centre. Ceri has been a member of the R.W.C.M.D. outreach team since autumn 2005 working across Wales with a variety of participants. Placing this work at the centre of her creative practice, Ceri enjoys exploring the impact of creativity and its effect upon herself, individuals and a variety of groups. Her current research is focused on the development of well grounded reflective practice within student training at R.W.C.M.D. Creating approaches and methodologies for exploration, and building on her ArtWorks Cymru seed funding research grant (2016); "GOOD PRACTICE FOR USING THE OBSERVING PRACTICE FRAMEWORK" Ceri became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in October 2016, and has been a Soundsense member since 2013.