No matter what the ability or disability we have something for everybody to allow them to participate in the wonderful world of music
Learn from Inclusive Music with our quick video tutorials for visual learners who would rather watch a video then read a manual
CPD and Training tailored to the needs of Teachers, Schools, Hubs, Music Services and Organisations involved in delivering Music to their Clients
The Dance E-Jay programme has offered our pupils the opportunity to create the kind of music they really want to hear. The software has developed their musical understanding and…Read More
"Loads of Fun"
Phil's training workshop was relaxing and engaging. It was loads of fun and very useful. There was a careful selection of programs, especially ‘eJay’ and we were allowed to experiment with… Read More
"Bring a Voice to Students"
Phil worked with a cohort of our students with more profound and multiple learning difficulties and enabled them to bring their creative energies into form though musical performance…Read More
Phil has worked with numerous students who have a huge range of needs over many years at Critchill School. His work consistently challenges all of them to achieve... Read More
As part of a year-long development project on the use of iPads across a range of music education settings (instrumental, first access, primary and special schools and composer-in-residence)…Read More
You have such a profound impact on the children and the staff really look forward to seeing you too. The added value you give to everyone you work with and the wonderful contributions to…Read More
It’s been my mission and my passion whilst teaching for the last 30 years, to develop ways to enable anyone and everyone to record, play and perform together. I do this using Music Technology and Assistive Technology.
In this video I demonstrate that small groups, ensembles and whole classes, can perform and improvise together as a technology orchestra using just one laptop and over 24 devices including a banana! No matter what your ability or disability everything is programmed to sound harmonious guaranteeing success and increased self-esteem.
I use variations on this setup when working with young children, teenagers, adults, people with special needs & disabilities and the elderly. It’s important to have the right tools for the job, the right equipment, sounds, and instruments while being flexible enough to incorporate the interests and needs of the individual.
Taught by our industry experts our online training tutorials offer video instructions to take the teacher and student on learning journey at their own pace.
For many of the children we work with it will have been their first experience and amazing to watch. Generally we see increased self confidence, better modds, and developing life skills such as team work, working together, and interacting with other students.
Phil believes in the incredible power of music and through this, the potential for self-expression, growth and fulfillment.
David Ashworth has been helping teachers and their students use music technology effectively for over 20 years.
Christine’s career has been devoted to music education, her main instrument is her voice
Like his workshop leader heroes, he sees the music workshop as a space for personal and social transformation.