Join me for the first Suffolk Music Education Webinar!
Friday 22 May, 12 – 2.30 pm
Hosted by St Edmundsbury Cathedral, this online event will bring together distinguished educators from around the county to discuss how the musical landscape has adapted and evolved during the past two months of lockdown.
Speakers to include:
William Saunders – Music Consultant and host
Edward Allen – Royal Hospital School – Lights; camera; action – rehearsing with your ensembles. From set-up through to finished product.
Tom Appleton – Come and Sing Company – Adapting and shaping a music business for the future.
Colin Baldy – Freelance Singing Teacher – Turning Lockdown into a positive experience for choirs.
Richard Cook – St Edmundsbury Cathedral – New beginnings, planning and collaboration.
Callum Given – Britten Pears Arts – A snapshot of initiatives coming from the founders of the Friday Afternoons singing project.
Eugenie Griffiths – Tips for staying as well as can be whilst being in lockdown with your laptop.
Amanda Lockyer – Copleston High School – Looking forward… what happens next when children return to school?
Beverley Steensma – Ipswich School – Top tips for keeping children engaged and focused.
Ray Travasso – Suffolk Music Therapy Service – Keep Calm and Carry on Musicking – How has the delivery of music therapy adapted and responded to the Covid19 crisis.
Nathan Williamson – Composer and Pianist – How to be creative during lockdown.
If you wish to join the webinar and receive the login details, please email: