James is a conductor with a clear artistic vision – really the only thing that is stopping him is that so far his baton is not working as well as it could be.
Welcome to the second of our blog posts exploring the work of our Research and Development team. The R&D work we do is all about supporting the creation of new […]
As some of you no doubt know already, I am currently collaborating with Drake Music to explore the potential of Imogen Heap’s frankly incredible Mi.Mu Gloves. This technology could be one of the most significant breakthroughs in accessible music technology ever.
As a musician and workshop leader with an understanding of music as a process, a state of mind, and a tool for growth, I believe that focussing too much on the ‘final product’ of a project can sometimes be counter-productive.
So, why did Drake Music organize a Teachmeet focused on SEND music and music hubs at the Music Ed Expo 2015?
Today I spoke to Gawain Hewitt who is National Programme Manager for Research and Development at Drake Music.
After two and a half years my contracted work with Drake Music, providing social media support, has come to an end.
This #DM20 commission- a new composition written by deaf people for deaf people (and everyone else) – is the first time I have been responsible for the complete planning and delivery of a project of this scale.
Our Research and Development team have been working on an exciting project with musician Kris Halpin in recent months.
‘On the Go’ is an exciting collaboration between Mancunian spiritual jazz composer Matthew Halsall; music & technology organsiation Drake Music; and four disabled music producers who have been developing their skills through sampling, reworking and performing elements of Matthew’s back catalogue.