Training & Networking

Moving On the Thinking: Inclusive Music Practice

A series of 6 standalone sessions delivered by inclusion specialist Dr Phil Mullen. Building on Phil's expertise delivering SEMHD training, inlcusion strategies, and his recent publication 'Challenging Voices', these sessions will delve deeper into areas of inclusive music practice that we thought we knew.

These sessions are designed for those who wish to further their understanding and experience in this area. If you are new to the field we would recommend doing Phil's introductory two-day session, 'Introduction to Inclusive Music Practice'.

More information will be released in the coming weeks, but for now, here are the dates for your diary.

Schedule

Tuesday 15 November 2022

Thursday 08 December 2022

Wednesday 11 January 2023

Monday 13 February 2023

Friday 03 March 2023

Tuesday 28 March 2023

Costs TBC, but a discount will be offered for anybody interested in attending all 6 sessions.

Dr Phil Mullen

Phil Mullen is one of the world’s leading experts on musical inclusion and community music. Phil has worked for thirty-five years developing music with people who are socially excluded. He specializes in working with excluded children and young people at risk. He has run workshops and seminars in 27 countries across Europe, North and South America and Asia.

Phil has been inclusion advisor to the UK’s national Sing Up programme and was also involved as an evaluator for the England’s National Foundation for Youth Music’s nationwide Musical Inclusion programme. He works with music organizations and schools around inclusion training and strategic development on inclusion. Since 2018 Phil has worked with 35 of England’s 122 music hubs, helping them develop strategic approaches to musical inclusion.

Phil has a PHD from Winchester University and has written a number of book chapters on musical inclusion including for the Oxford Handbook of Community Music (2018). 


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