Arts Derbyshire



Drum+Brass present a day of music-making workshops and discussions for musicians, teachers and organisations about Doing Music Differently

Do you want to bring a new, diverse participation into your music making organisation?

This event is about how to open our doors and embrace innovative ideas and new players to bring music-making in line with our changing society.

With speakers Dr. Helen Minors from the Kingston School of Art, Carol Leeming MBE and guest workshop leaders, Drum&Brass are proud to invite you to this event which explores practical and equitable ways to do music inclusively.

Aimed at musicians, music teachers, music organisations and anyone with an interest in music-making, including those who may face barriers to doing so, the event aims to spark ideas and energy throughout the musical community.

This is equally an opportunity to meet colleagues, network and play, so bring your instrument and/or your voice.

Refreshments will be provided for all delegates.

Parking is available at NCP carpark. To get £5.00 all-day parking, take your parking ticket to the Curve Box Office!

“Doing Music Differently” is sponsored by the funding from the Leicester Castle and Eyres Monsell wards, with the kind support of Curve Leicester.

Photographs courtesy of Leicester LoFi Studio and Kim Burley Jones. Head to


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