Music Learning Live 2010 has been one of the best events ever organized for those involved in the music world, build on the experience gained in 2008 and 2009 editions. Music Learning Live has been on Thursday 25 and Friday 26 February 2010 at the Royal Northern College of Music and had 5 sessions on the first day and 4 sessions on the second day. Both days included lunch and break, plus tea/coffee.
Highlights for 2010 edition of this event were a keynote from Paul Collard, Chief Executive at Creativity, Culture and Education and Deborah Annetts, Chief Executive at the Incorporated Society of Musicians, a mini-conference for primary teachers, performance from Ripon Cathedral Choir and a keynote held by Abram Wilsom, trumpeter and educator.
Among the main speaker, Paul Collard and Tim Garland have been the most important. The first one have more than 25 years of experience in the arts and creativity, especially when referred to new generations, playing crucial role in the past in streamlining the delivery of Creative Partnerships programme in schools, the second one is knows as the most successful UK musical exports for jazz. He plays saxophone, flute and bass clarinet with Chick Corea, featuring also Bill Bruford’s Earthworks. He worked for orchestra and different ensembles.
Among the greatest exhibitors and sponsors that have taken part to the event are Black Cat, Drums for Schools, ISM, Howarth of London and Rosetti.
Music Learning Live 2010 given great music sessions in a fantastic and organized way, giving ideas for new activities for all of those who were working in the music field and also for those who were passionate of the seven notes.