Fireside Chat | Mark Robinson, Rocksteady Music School - Teachers as Role Models
Join Rocksteady Music School Founder Mark Robinson as he discusses his ethos to inspire first and teach second, covering how to model the Rocksteady values and providing case studies of the approach in practice. Discover the work that Rocksteady does and how they inspire children to make some noise!
Fireside Chat | Katy Balfour, Punchdrunk Associate Director
Punchdrunk Associate Artist Katy Balfour has been working with the renowned and acclaimed immersive theatre company for several years, and will be chatting to Sarah Lambie about immersive theatre in education – both Punchdrunk’s own projects through their education arm ‘Punchdrunk Enrichment’, and the place of Punchdrunk as a set practitioner and inspiration for the secondary curriculum.
Fireside Chat | Andrè de Quadros, Conductor & Ethnomusicologist
Conductor, Ethnomusicologist, Music Educator, Writer and Human Rights Activist Professor André de Quadros (Boston University) discusses his career, global research, and his work with the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain.
Fireside Chat | Sheku Kanneh-Mason
BBC Young Musician of the Year, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, chats to Alex Stevens about his big win, his studies at the RAM and playing Principal cello in Chineke! Junior Orchestra.
Fireside Chat | Bill Bailey
Comedian, musician, actor and author Bill Bailey discusses his early music career, how he fuses the music, jokes and theatricality in his stand-up comedy and the (many) strings to his multi-instrumental bow.