Conductors for Change
Our innovative Conductors for Change programme offers music teachers, music leaders and some of our participating young musicians the opportunity to receive training and support, with a particular focus on conducting, arranging and planning rehearsals.

Since 2013, we have been working specifically with Teach First participants working as music teachers in some of the most disadvantaged areas of the country. Workshops led by Artistic Patron and Head of Conducting at the Royal Academy of Music Sian Edwards, Artistic Director Marianna Hay and composer-in-residence Danyal Dhondy, have explored conducting techniques, rehearsal planning and delivery and improving general musicianship skills across the cadre of Teach First music teachers.

We plan to open up the Conductors for Change workshops to the general public, so as to allow greater access to those interested in improving their skills in setting up, planning and leading music ensembles. Interested? Sign up below and we will keep you informed of the workshops as and when they are announced.
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