A reflection on Fast Forward Festival 2016 at Colston Hall.
Read the Executive Summary of our 88 page report on SEN/D music ed in the East region.
On Wednesday 9th March, Drake Music brought the partners of our Think2020 programme together at the House of Illustration in London for a day of sharing knowledge & practice. Think2020 […]
Disabled Access Day means a chance to visit somewhere new and give feedback on access.
At the end of October 2015, Drake Music released its Top 10 of common needs for music hubs and SEN/D music provision – the first evidence-based survey of its kind […]
On Friday 27th November 2015 Drake Music held a double-header SEN/D music training and strategy day at Liverpool’s Resonate Hub. The morning session was a free, open-access training session for […]
Our new project SoundBox will take place from 5-7 April 2016. Disabled and non-disabled young people aged 13 to 18 will work collaboratively to generate original music using assistive music technology and traditional musical instruments supported by a team of professional musicians.
We invited colleagues from the music sector to pick just one from our Top 10 common needs for music hubs and SEN/D – and tell us why it’s especially important […]
Today we are releasing a document sharing the Top 10 needs Drake Music has identified for music hubs and SEN/D provision. This year we began a new Youth Music funded […]
This film is called ‘Brilliant Connections’ and discusses how music hubs can best support special schools (NB: if you experience ‘buffering’ issues, click on ‘Pause’ button and wait approx. 45 […]