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Sounding Board
  • The power of music on health and wellbeing The enormous potential for community musicians within the Integrated Care System Thea Jacob
  • Embracing mistakes with band mates Interview with Soundcastle about its mental health-friendly band, the People's Music Collective Hannah Dunster
  • Partnerships and social prescribing Strong relationships with local partners is at the core of More Music's arts and health programme Anna Daly
  • Irish traditional music and storytelling Using music to connect to their country of origin is helping people living with dementia Siubhán Macauley
  • Musicking for One Health Harnessing the health-giving values of music making and extending them to other species and our planet Dave Camlin
  • Musical roses, thorns and buds Bristol Beacon's definition of arts & health, its vibrant programme and tools for evidencing impact Giulia Bianchini
  • Innovations and insights Calls for more robust research critique at the singing for health research conference Emily Foulkes
  • Inclusive Practice In Action 2022 Reflections on curating this year's Sound Connections conference Brenda Rattray
  • Creating calm and connected spaces Community music in free public spaces, helping to ease pandemic-induced isolation and stress Xenia Horne
  • About Us Essential information and contact details
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  • A matured sense of purpose at TTCM 2022 Reflections and insights from our TTCM critical friend Graham Dowdall
  • Apprenticeships for musicians in healthcare Training and development for emerging practitioners in a children's hospital Jo White
  • Higher education routes to community music Students share how their university studies have helped shape their practice Jared Michaud, Ashleigh Lowes and Nicola Tagoe
  • Levelling up with Assistive Music Technology Bespoke training opportunities for emerging practitioners and music technologists Helena Bull
  • Who better to teach kids like me, than a kid like me? Interview with Soft Touch Arts music leader Tian Mhende and Joe Crofton
  • Finding my voice in community music Experiences of studying community music at Aberdeen University Kimberley Harper
  • A story of digital development and workforce training Embracing apps to increase access to music and practitioner development Rachel Pantin
  • International perspectives on the ‘emerging’ community musician Celebrating the breadth and depth of global work, challenging us to go further Phil Mullen
  • About us Essential information and contact details
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A guide with tips and advice for sharing your practice in Sounding Board, the journal of community music.
Information Sheet
Here you will find the programme of events for our TTCM conference held at Bristol Beacon on 21 & 22 February 2022
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  • Connecting worlds The power of music making experiences in prison and post-release Changing Tunes
  • Smooth transitions Research on how music can help young people with SEN/D feel in control Kim Perkins and Kirsty Mees
  • Member interview Janice Turley; Founder and leader of Waltham House Steelband for people with sight and hearing loss Amy Hill
  • New voices chanting for change A journey through the North West sound archives to create original works around the theme of protest More Music
  • A pillar of support and evidence The what, how and why of setting up the Singing for Health Network Emily Foulkes
  • Self expression and connection through rap Thoughts and experiences on the power of rap to connect with young men in prison Xidus Pain
  • Training the Community Musician 2022 The programme for our two days together in Bristol and how to get tickets Sound Sense
  • About us Essential information and contact details
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  • Putting practitioner wellness first How taking care of ourselves and each other should be at the core of community music practice Rachael Perrin
  • The who, what, where and why of training Introducing our new series exploring the training and development of community musicians Jess Abrams
  • Member Interview Richard Clegg, CEO of Community Music, one of the UK's first community music training organisations Amy Hill
  • Why analyse the impact of making bleepy noises with kids in studios? Demystifying community music data collection Simon Glenister
  • Embedding music in dementia care Putting music facilitation in the hands of caregivers Rosie Mead
  • What's On A round-up of upcoming Sound Sense events
  • About us Essential information and contact details
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Sound Sense members are all invited to attend our Annual General Meeting, which will be held online on Wednesday 13 October 2021 at 11am.
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  • Reflections from our chair On serving Sound Sense and using her voice to give back to the field of community music Jess Abrams
  • Embracing the ‘new normal’ in community music practice Thoughts on how we make the best of new found skills and technology to further empower our participants Mark Bick
  • Member Interview Bryony Harris, Director of Cardiff-based member organisation Arts Active Amy Hill
  • Anchoring my identity as a community musician The experience of a recent graduate in a locked-down world and how joining the Sound Sense board helped her stay connected Shannon Stevenson
  • How music services benefit when they contract a wider range of music practitioners Diversifying music delivery for the long term Michael Davidson & Anita Holford
  • What noise do you want to make for climate change? The launch of Oi Musica's Let It Grow community music campaign for COP26 Oli Furness
  • About us Essential information and contact details

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