Make sure you’re at Music Education Expo 2016
Influence: Munira Mirza, Deputy Mayor for Education & Culture; Veronica Wadley, Senior Mayoral Advisor; Anne Canning, Chair of the Mayor’s Music Education Taskforce; Jem Shuttleworth, Chief Executive of Music Mark and Darren Henley, Chief Executive of Arts Council England will all be there. Come along to our panel debates and stand up and be heard!
Network: We are the brightest minds in music education all in one room. Meet the EPTA, ESTA, Curious Piano Teachers, ISM, MU and NUT networks on the exhibition floor and catch up with friends old and new over a coffee in our networking cafe.
Refresh your teaching: Explore the opportunities for online teaching in Distance learning for instrumental teachers, join Paul Harris’sPromoting effective practice, try out The Beamz, Tenori-On, Orbit and Ableton Live in Phil Heeley’sInclusive music session and find out what a Japanese inflatable ball is in Jane Cutler’s Lively listeningworkshop.
Check out some new toys: The exhibition floor debuts Playnote Scales App, Sightscribe, Musical Instruction Method, Black Dress Code, Soundtrap for Education and many more new products and companies. See them first at Expo.
Need help securing the time off?
Thursday 25 & Friday 26 February 2016
Doors open: 09.00
Morning performance: 09.15
First session: 09.30
Close: 17.00 (Thursday) and 16.30 (Friday)
Music Education Expo takes place at Olympia Central, Hammersmith Road, Kensington, London W14 8UX. It is quicker
and easier to travel to Olympia by public transport.