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Sound Connections Early Years Conference

  • 21st February 2018 - 21st February 2018
  • 9.30am - 4.30pm
  • Stratford Circus Arts Centre, Theatre Square, London, E15 1BX

The Creative Case; exploring the impact of music on health and well-being in early-childhood. 

With the recent powerful publication of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Arts, Health and Wellbeing, Creative Health: The Arts for Health and Well-being, never more have the creative arts been so widely recognised as an impactful contributing factor to societal health and wellbeing.

Join Sound Connections on Wednesday 21 February at Stratford Circus to delve deeper into the extraordinary role that music and the arts can play in positively affecting health and wellbeing of babies, children in early childhood, and parents and carers.

Sound Connections are delighted to welcome keynote speaker and researcher on the APPG report, Dr Rebecca Gordon Nesbitt from Kings College London, to kick start the thinking. Delegates will also hear case studies from early years music practitioners, health professionals and funders, all working on the front line and observing transformative interventions. Save the date and watch this space for programme and speaker announcements.

Early Bird tickets now available – book using discount code EARLYBIRD18 for 30% off before 5 January 2018 

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