We are so proud that MA Voice Pedagogy students and alumni will present their MA research at the Singing for Health Network and Sing Up's international online conference 'Singing for Mental Health and Wellbeing - Spotlight on Children and Young People' this week!
Abi Mann-Daraz's presentation and research focuses on developing an evidence-informed approach to working with autism, her presentation aims to inform understanding and stimulate discussion around inclusion.
Lisa Price will present 'Developing student self-efficacy through singing and music in primary school by designing a practical tool for the classroom teacher. What is self-efficacy, how can we measure it and how can we ensure we support the development of it?'
Anupa Paul will deliver 'Introduction to Music Performance Anxiety and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy principles as a potentially practical tool for singing teachers'.
The prestigious online conference will showcase new research and practice from leading experts, highlighting a diverse range of innovative and insightful international projects.
It is truly not to be missed!
The organisers are offering a 50% discount on two-day ticket purchases for students & those on low incomes with code CYP50
Please follow the link below to book your place: https://www.singingforhealthnetwork.co.uk/event-details/singing-for-mental-health-and-wellbeing-spotlight-on-children-and-young-people-2023-06-30-09-00
Lisa Price began her career as a professional singer, performing with Damien Rice and Juniper, corporate bands, and as a studio session vocalist. Her students have been finalists on The Voice UK...