Here’s the answers to all the important questions, including who is the Festival aimed at and how much does it cost (spoiler alert: it’s FREE!).
Who is the Connect: Resound Festival designed for?
It is designed for everyone involved in music education – music hub managers, peripatetic music staff, school music teachers, music leaders, arts and music organisations, youth workers, funders and policy makers.
The programme will feature sessions which will inspire new ideas, equip you with new skills, invite you to think about the future of music learning as well as an opportunity to discuss the challenges of remote music education with your peers.
How much do tickets to the Festival cost?
The Festival is completely FREE OF CHARGE! Places will be limited on some sessions so do book early.
We appreciate that plans change but if you book a place, please do attend the session or let us know in plenty of time so that we can offer your place to another attendee.
What technology do I need to take part?
The sessions will be on Zoom or YouTube so any web enabled device will enable you to participate.
How is the Connect: Resound Festival funded?
We are very grateful to our funders Youth Music and Paul Hamlyn Foundation Learning Through The Arts Fund for enabling us to make this event happen for the music education community.