News - February 2014

BAMT Conference: Keynote and Poster Presentations

Posted in Projects on 25th February 2014

It was so exciting to present our work to the British Music Therapy profession this weekend. A large hall was rather daunting, but the warmth of reception Alexia’s presentation received was heartening. We also had plenty of positive feedback on our poster presentation... Read on

CPD Event

Posted in Projects on 24th February 2014

Coming Soon: The CPD Event "Daring to Innovate" will take place in London on Saturday 10th May 2014. This is an opportunity for music therapists working in all contexts to hear how our presenters have dared to innovate within schools, music therapy training, the... Read on

BAMT conference

Posted in Projects on 19th February 2014

Alexia Quin, Director of Music as Therapy International, will be giving a keynote speech at the first British Association for Music Therapy conference, this weekend! Good luck! Read on

World Congress of Music Therapy

Posted in Projects on 17th February 2014

We are thrilled to be a part of the upcoming World Congress of Music Therapy in Vienna this July! Sarah Hadley, Emma Lovell, Alexia Quin, and Cathy Rowland will all be presenting papers, Jane Robbie will host our poster presentation, and there will also be a roundtable... Read on

Published Interview From One of Our Project Leaders

Posted in Projects on 14th February 2014

The influence of volunteering on a Music as Therapy International project on one music therapist has just been documented in a recently released book. Megan Hunt describes her experiences on Project 2002: Cighid in an interview in Susan Hadley’s book Experiencing... Read on

Upcoming Events: Sheffield and Retford

Posted in Fundraising Events on 7th February 2014

Caroline Anderson is undertaking some very exciting fundraising for us in the coming weeks! On the evening of Saturday 15thFebruary, Caroline will be performing in the Sheffield University Wind Orchestra Alumni Day concert, at Firth Hall, Western Bank, Sheffield... Read on

CD Amnesty - Update

Posted in Fundraising Events on 5th February 2014

We are so grateful to the artistists management company Sulivan Sweetland for getting behind our CD amnesty and donating loads of CDs which we will be able to turn into much needed funds for our music therapy projects. Particular thanks to Emma Sweetland for promoting... Read on

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