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Music Intervention: whose music, whose voice, whose agenda?

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University of Aberdeen

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The Music & Social Interventions Network (Musoc) is an AHRC-funded research network.

Organised by Dr Jennie Henley (Royal College of Music) and Professor Lee Higgins (International Centre for Community Music, York St John), Musoc's objective is to foster debate, inspire dialogue and create new discourses surrounding excellence and inclusion within music interventions.

In this, our second public debate, we invite you to join us to interrogate the ways that music intervention is understood, interpreted and steered within different contexts, and the impact this can have on sustainable working practices for musicians.

Everyone is welcome to join us at the University of Aberdeen (Arts Lecture Theatre) for the debate. Please contact Ruth Currie (ruth.currie@rcm.ac.uk) for more information.

Visit https://learn.rcm.ac.uk/courses/1240 to watch the first Musoc debate, read the perspectives of the network, and have your say!

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