The conference will bring a unique insight into what it means to
be deaf in a musical world. We invite deaf and hearing professionals working in education to come together to share best
practices and work together to make music more accessible for
all. We will also be offering the following pre-conference
INSETs before the conference,
(9.30-11.45 am) led by leading deaf music professionals in their field:
music accessible in the classroom" - for music teachers
in schools and music hubs. This session will cover a variety of practical
skills, techniques, and resources.
deaf students in orchestras, ensembles, and private lessons" : a session
for professionals working with children and young people across challenging
specialist music settings.
“Deaf Awareness training” : A session to build general deaf awareness skills
across professional and academic settings.
anticipate that all leading organisations will send a representative to the
conference. Spaces will be limited so we advise booking early to reserve a
are welcome to participate in either the INSET or the conference but are also
very welcome to attend both.
all enquiries, including booking information on the INSET and/or to register
interest for the conference, please email Lucy Dunkerley