A one day practical workshop introducing participants to the skills required to run a successful music workshop working with young offenders.
Experienced Workshop Leader Simon Gunton and hip-hop artist Tor Cesay from Squeaky Gate demonstrate how to engage with young offenders by appealing to their musical interests; creatively using resources and steering the creative process to a successful and positive conclusion.
• Warm up and introductions
• Tools for the job (computer technology, how to make it live, cross-arts work)
• Planning for different settings
• Moving targets
• Make it happen
• Short performance, feedback and questions
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This workshop is a partnership between MusicLeader and Squeaky Gate.
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MusicLeader exists to raise the quality, value and impact of music leadership in the UK.
Funded by Youth Music and delivered in London by Sound Connections, MusicLeader is a unique national network which supports the development of the music-leading workforce, equipping it with the knowledge and skills required by employers.