The virtual exhibition at the Music Technology in Education conference provides an excellent opportunity to engage with key decision makers in teaching or leadership in music technology.

To discuss how your organisation can be involved, contact:


Amy Driscoll | Head of Sales | 020 7333 1719 |

London College of Music Examinations

Celebrating diversity in creative arts 

Since 1887 LCME has welcomed all those who share our passion for music and drama, inspiring generations of students to become performers, composers, teachers and informed listeners. We offer qualifications in classical, contemporary and traditional music, drama, communication, spoken English, DJing, early learning and creative media. LCME qualifications are taken and recognised worldwide.

LCME was founded on the principle of offering music education to all who wish to learn. From the beginning the courses offered were open to all ages and backgrounds, regardless of gender — an emphasis on accessibility which was unique in comparison with the other music colleges of the time. This ethos continues to inspire us today as in 2020 we lead the way in digital and online exam provision.


LCME will be exhibiting during the break on Day 4 of the conference



MusicFirst was founded with one mission: to offer music teachers and their students easy-to-use, affordable, cloud-based solutions that enable music learning, creation, assessment, sharing, and exploration on any device, at anytime, anywhere. The MusicFirst team is comprised of music educators with decades of experience integrating technology effectively into music education. MusicFirst’s technology products range from sequencing to notation, to music theory and aural training, all hosted in a learning management system dedicated to music. An all-round solution for classroom music.


MusicFirst will be exhibiting during the break on Day 1 of the conference



MusicIncite, Ltd., was founded in 2013, with the vision to empower musical development for all interested in western-culture music and to nurture musical progress in improvisation and composition around the world. We believe everyone should be equipped to join in the global music conversation. Our flagship music software platform is designed for musicians of all levels who want a fast, effective, and transparent way to learn, reference, explore and practice music. Emuso/Studio™ can be used as a stand-alone or as a complementary adjunct to traditional music education that employs music notation. It empowers users to see, hear, and play on-instrument even when their notation-reading skills and instrument knowledge are undeveloped. The way we naturally learn has guided the innovations in media synchronization and the UX and lesson content design. 


MusicIncite will be exhibiting during the break on Day 4 of the conference