Neil Phillips, of Awards for Young Musicians, shares how they’re continuing to provide funding and support to young people and those who teach and mentor them, during lockdown.
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What’s in this episode?
We talk about:
- Neil’s mad dash to get back to the UK from New Zealand before lockdown
- The challenges for inclusion in taking music activities online
- Some of the solutions Awards for Young Musicians, hubs and music teachers have come up with
- Working with hubs to support individual musical interests and preferences
- Thinking differently about learning goals and the pupil/teacher relationship – and how this has been affected by the pandemic
- How teachers and the sector have responded, and how this could affect the future
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