Online conference, 12th-15th October 2020 from 5-7pm each day

Music technology offers a wealth of opportunities for expanding the teaching of music to all children and young people, as well as providing a basis for teaching much of the curriculum.

Taking place over four consecutive days, you are invited to take part in a series of two hour, live sessions between 5-7pm every day from Monday 12th to Thursday 15th October.

This conference offers a broad and comprehensive range of presentations and training on music technology in education.

Consisting of a mix of inspiring keynote sessions and practical seminars, the conference will help you develop your teaching and leadership in music technology to benefit your students. We have also included a time slot each day for you to engage with (and learn from) a range of exhibitors, with products that are relevant to music technology, studio work and recording.
 

Who should take part?

  • Early years and primary teachers
  • Secondary music teachers
  • Peripatetic music teachers of all genres
  • All classroom teachers
  • Special Educational Needs Co-ordinators
  • SEN and inclusion professionals
  • Teachers of STEM subjects
  • Pupil Premium co-ordinators
  • Education advisors
  • School governors

 

 

How to register?

You can register for the online conference using the button below. 

The fee to attend this online event is just £99.00 +VAT (£118.80) per personfor access to:

  • all of the live sessions across the 4 days
  • Live Q&A with the presenters
  • Opportunities to network with exhibitors and view their products and services
  • On-demand access to all sessions for up to three months after the live conference date

* Click here to view the booking terms and conditions

Online Conference Agenda

Day 1 - 12th October - 5-7pm

Time Session
5.00pm Keynote 1
What is Music Tech?
Tim Hallas, Teacher of Music Technology, Hills Road Sixth Form College, Cambridge & consultant and writer
5.30pm

Virtual exhibition and networking break

5.50pm Music Tech for hubs/music services
Bradley Smith, Assistant Head of Service at Leicestershire Schools Music Service
6.25pm Music Tech qualifications: GCSE, BTEC and AS/A level
Tim Hallas, Teacher of Music Technology, Hills Road Sixth Form College, Cambridge & consultant and writer

7.00pm

Close of Day 1

 

Day 2 - 13th October - 5-7pm

Time Session
5.00pm Keynote 2
Virtual reality, motion sense and animation
Mark Sexton, Academic Lead Sound and Vision, School of Creative Technologies, University of Portsmouth (Invited)
5.30pm

Virtual exhibition and networking break

5.50pm Music Tech on a budget: cheap or free apps and online software
Dave Guinane, Head of Music, Beaumont School
6.25pm Music coding
Sam Aaron, CEO - ‎Sonic Pi 

7.00pm

Close of Day 2

   

Day 3 - 14th October - 5-7pm

Time Session
5.00pm

Keynote 3
Women in Music Technology - Production, Mastering, and Innovation
Amy Dickens, Researcher in Accessible Music Technology
Katie Tavini, Professional Mastering Engineer
Rita Campbell, Vocal Artist, Songwriter, Session Singer
Kate Rounding, Director of Development at TiME

5.40pm Virtual exhibition and networking break
6.00pm Music Tech for learners with additional needs 
Drake Music (invited)
6.30pm Music Tech for early years and primary
Chris Pietrek, Course Director, M:Tech 

7.00pm

Close of Day 3

   

Day 4 - 15th October - 5-7pm

Time Session
5.00pm Keynote 4
Get the most out of your digital audio workstation (DAW)
Alex Markham, Music Production Tutor, The DAW Tutor
5.30pm

Virtual exhibition and networking break

5.50pm

Build your school studio
Andy Grinham, Managing Director, Education Audio Ltd

6.25pm DJing and production
Future DJs (Invited)

7.00pm

Close of Day 4

Contact information

Please click the following link for delegate and exhibitor enquires - Contact us