The Music and Social Intervention Network

 In collaboration with the University of Aberdeen, Musoc: The Music & Social Intervention Network, will be hosting an open debate at 6pm on Tuesday 27th February. Musoc is an AHRC research network led by Dr Jennie Henley of Royal College of Music and Professor Lee Higgins of York St John University.

The debate, ‘Music Intervention: whose voice, whose music, whose agenda?’ aims 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. We would like to invite you to join us in this debate.

You can register for the debate here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/music-intervention-whose-music-whose-voice-whose-agenda-tickets-42126975919

Eventbrite – Musoc: Music & Social Intervention Network presents Music Intervention: whose music, whose voice, whose agenda? – Tuesday, 27 February 2018 at University …

Information about previous events and the network can be found here: https://learn.rcm.ac.uk/courses/1240/pages/the-responses-what-do-excellence-and-inclusion-really-mean?module_item_id=4728

I hope you are able to join us at the event.