This group will be limited in number, and be made up of those who can collaboratively represent the wide and diverse experiences of Bradford’s music sectors, from local grassroots through to those having a major impact on the regional and national music scene. If you’re a student pursuing a career in music, check out the https://www.theresearchgopop.com/ website. It’s packed full of articles and blog posts to help you engage with the issues you are facing. You can also sign up to join the Network, and find out about upcoming events and training.
For example, a system developed to help drummers co-ordinate arm and leg movement has found application in managing physical rehabilitation after stroke. A debate hosted by Dr Jennie Henley and Professor Lee Higgins exploring the notions of excellence and inclusion within music programmes in community and social contexts. The group, who have recently been renamed ‘In Good Company’ … Read MoreRead More