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UCan Play Announce Opening of INTERFACE:RESPONSE

UCan Play’s free training and mentoring programme for musicians impacted by Covid-19, INTERFACE:RESPONSE, has now opened.

Published: 07 October 2020 | 12:00 AM Updated: 28 April 2021 | 4:31 PM
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A range of training materials to help musicians build their digital skills in key areas such as rehearsal, performance and teaching online. Photo credit: Shutterstock

UCan Play is pleased to announce the publication of INTERFACE:RESPONSE, a new set of training materials and accompanying mentoring programme for musicians whose work has been negatively impacted by COVID-19.

Funded by Innovate UK, and working in partnership with the MU and NYMAZ, UCan Play have produced a range of training materials to help musicians build their digital skills in key areas such as rehearsal, performance and teaching online. All the resources are freely available on their website.

Experienced mentors have also been recruited and are available to support musicians in the development of their digital skills. All mentoring is free of charge to those in the UK, you can find out more on the INTERFACE:RESPONSE website.

INTERFACE:RESPONSE runs from 1 October until 31 December 2020. For further information please contact Josh Savage the Project Manager at josh@ucanplay.org.uk.

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