10-12pm THE STAR CENTRE – Professor of Jazz Composition at The Royal Academy of Music and founder of the London Vocal Project, Pete Churchill and staff from the Langton will lead an Outreach Singing Workshop for local primary schools
2pm HALL– Dan Tomkinson, founder of “The Big Sing” Project will lead the delegates in communal singing.
2:30pm HALL – Primary Schools Performance – The primary school students will present what they have been learning throughout the morning
3:15pm HALL – Tea and Coffee
3.30pm HALL – Langton Student’s Research Presentations – Year 12 students from The Langton will present their current research within various Music and Health areas, including the effects of music on different types of Dementia and how music can help students on the Autistic Spectrum.
3:45pm HALL – Talk – Music Saved My Life! – Amelia Rose-Hamilton from the British Para-orchestra will give a talk about why music is such an important part of her life
4:15pm HALL – Talk – Sensing Wonder – Singer/Songwriter and teacher at The Langton, Richard Navarro-Pollott presents information on his Songwriting Project with the Royal National Institute for the Blind, Sensing Wonder, along with Langton student, Call Hewitt who will also be presenting his “Butterfly Machine”, an invention that will enable Visually Impaired people to interact with visual art through the medium of sound.
5pm HALL – Break for tea
7pm – Evening Concert – DRAMA STUDIO (Only limited number of tickets left)
Sacconi String Quartet perform Beethoven’s dramatic String Quartet No. 14 in C-sharp minor, Opus 131 from memory in the dark and the half-light. Sacconi’s unique relationship and interaction with their audience is what sets them apart from other quartets. They will also talk about their “Heartfelt Project”. Come and be part of this rare and exciting experience!