Deaf People Do Music Differently
- LocationEast Midlands
- Artformdance, music, theatre
- ContactRosie Rutherford firstname.lastname@example.org
People Do Music Differently - Professional Development Day
Presented by Threaded in association with Red Earth Theatre & Nottingham Trent University
Wednesday 16 October: 10.30am - 4.30pm at Waverley Studio, Nottingham Trent University, NG7 4DX
Making music and music culture more accessible to D/deaf people
A day of inspiration and development for D/deaf and hearing musicians, music hubs, music teachers, composers, music students and anyone interested in increasing creative access to music.
The way in which D/deaf people interact with, consume and create music is different from how hearing people do it. Embracing this difference opens up a world of possibilities for D/deaf and hearing musicians alike. Join us for a day of shared conversations, ideas and tools for making and promoting D/deaf accessible music.
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TICKET PRICES: Standard £55 / Concession & Student £27.50
GROUP BOOKINGS 5 OR MORE; Please contact Rosie directly on: email@example.com
Lunch & Refreshments throughout the day
Full main stage theatrical performance of 'Soonchild' by Red Earth Theatre