The debate continues on the current state of Music Education and most importantly, its future. This year’s theme is Youth Voice as we invite both children and young people, as well as their parents, to inform the national debate.
Network with over 350 delegates, choose from a wide range of breakout sessions, workshops and CPD sessions, and be inspired by Keynote speakers such as MOBO award-winning musician and chair of Youth Music, YolanDa Brown and the incredible Faz Shah, violinist, beatboxer and Harmonise Project Coordinator for Music Action International.
We will also be hosting youth-led panels on governance, communication and so much more. Make sure you are part of the discussion and your voice is heard! Better still, sponsor a young person and bring them along too! Young Person tickets available at discounted rates (See below for Package Y).
The Music Mark Annual Conference will run from Thursday 3pm, 22nd of November 2018 to Friday 5pm, 23rd of November 2018.
Thursday 22 November
Registration and Corporate Exhibition from 2pm – Conference 2:45pm – 6.30pm – Drinks reception and exhibition 7pm – Dinner 8pm
Friday 23 November
Registration from 8.30am – Conference 9.30am – 5pm
Music Mark lobbies on behalf of its membership and the wider sector for the importance of an equitable, diverse, and fully accessible quality music education in and out of the classroom. Music Mark contributes to national discussions, carries out extensive consultation into the future of Music Education and meets with the DfE regularly to ensure continued dialogue as the department prepares to update the National Plan of Music Education. The focus of its upcoming Annual Conference on the 22nd and 23rd of November is Youth Voice and includes youth panels and inspirational young speakers and students. Music Mark believes their voices, as well as those of their parents, must be included in any future National Plan.
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