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Are you a Hull-based music leader involved in leading collaborative music-making in community settings?

You could benefit from Continuing Professional Development opportunities available within the PRS New Music Biennial Residency programme with a number of sessions for students, supporting musicians and local music leaders, led by PRS mentor and composer, James Redwood.

The full line-up includes:

Expanding the Toolbox

10am – 1pm. During this session, participants will learn and explore a range of games and exercised useful in creative music leading in general with groups of non-professional musicians. This will include physical and musical warm ups, vocal exercises and songs suitable for use from KS1 up to college and beyond.

Improvising and Devising

2pm – 4pm. This session, led by music leader and composer James Redwood, will top-up and expand the creative music leader’s tools, exploring techniques and approaches for making original music.

The Role of the Supporting Musician

4pm – 5pm. Looking specifically at the PRS New Music Biennial Composer Residencies and how we can support creative workshops on the residency programme. Thinking about ways to support both the composers and participants.

Places must be booked in advance. Please contact theteam@hull2017.co.uk to book your place on this CPD opportunity – providing your contact details and any access requirements.


60 Ferensway
01482 318800

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Venue Access

  • Accessible Toilets
  • Baby Changing
  • Blue-Badge Parking
  • Level Access
  • Wheelchair Access

Opening times

Monday Varies
Tuesday Varies
Wednesday Varies
Thursday Varies
Friday Varies
Saturday Varies
Sunday Varies

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