Music Inclusion Conference 2019

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The Pavilion

Hatherley Lane


GL51 6PN

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Breaking down barriers to music in Gloucestershire

About this Event

curated by The Music Works



2nd April 2019 // 9.30 am - 4.30 pm

The Pavilion,

Hatherley Lane,


GL51 6PN

We welcome presentations from:

  • Youth Music CEO- Matt Griffiths
  • Bristol Music Trust/National Centre for Inclusive Excellence
  • Hugh Nankivell- Composer and Music Educator
  • The Rising Arts Agency-Leading advocacy & governance with young people

And a performance from 5 mics -vocal collective from Gloucestershire

Who is the Music Inclusion Conference for?

People working with young people in music and beyond & those commissioning services for them:

Music tutors/music leaders,

Teachers & heads,


Music Education hubs,

Pastoral & inclusion staff,

Other professionals working with young people, arts, culture and heritage organisations.

Why you should attend the Music Inclusion Conference:

To find out how you can transform outcomes for young people

***Find out about Local funding for music ***

•Practical advice • Inspiring speakers & performances• Resources and tools •Networking • Resources and tools • Workshops • Cross-sector approach and practical, case study-based examples • Inclusive Leadership examples • Advocacy and governance practice • Network with wide selection of delegates • Peer to peer learning•

* Light lunch provided *

*Please note that this event will be a NUT-FREE Zone *

*If you require sign language support and interpreters for this event, please notify us in advance*

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  • 9.30am Registration & Networking for delegates

Refreshments available

  • 10am Introduction and keynote

The Music Works

Youth Music CEO- Matt Griffiths

  • 10.45am 5 Mics performance and presentation

  • 11am Bristol Music Trust &

National Centre for inclusive excellence

Innovating inclusion & progression routes for young people

  • 11.30am The Rising Arts Agency

Voice and advocacy and governance for young people

  • 12pm Hugh Nankivell

Leading music from the starting points of creativity and diversity.

  • 12.40pm Light Lunch

  • 1.20pm Facilitated networking

  • 1.40pm Workshops on rotation

*Digging Deeper- Ways of working

Bristol Music and National Centre for

Inclusive Excellence

Alex Lupo/Siggy Patchitt

*How to use music technology in inclusive ways

Lee Holder

Senior music leader, lead for disability

The Music Works

Additional sessions to be confirmed!

  • 3.15pm Refreshment break
  • 3.45pm Panel discussion – Inclusive Gloucestershire
  • 4.10pm Summing up- Matt Griffiths and Young person


We will ask for your access requirements when you book your ticket to allow us to plan timings and logistics for the event, thanks for your help with this.

Parking and travel arrangements:There is parking for 80 cars onsite. Please be aware that on busy days there may not be parking available for everyone so please consider car sharing and public transport. More transport information will be provided before the event.

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