We All Make Music


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Events Description

An inspiring, inclusive music education festival.

Join us for an innovative, ingenious day of exploration.

Get hands-on with new musical instruments and technology, discover new approaches to inclusive music delivery, hear from disabled and non-disabled music leaders working in the sector and network with people from across the country.

Disabled people are currently under-represented in the music education workforce. This lack of representation has an impact on the way we educate disabled and non-disabled young musicians…On our and their aspirations, opportunities, progression…

There’s a huge amount of thought and discussion taking place right now around how to make music education more inclusive; how to share the joy of creative, expressive music-making with as wide a group of young people as possible.

We All Make Music addresses these discussions through a hands-on, creative approach.


Drake Music

60-61 Old Nichol Street, London, United Kingdom

+44 20 7739 5444


About the organiser

Drake Music is a music and technology organisation working with disabled musicians.

We provide disabled musicians, from workshops in schools through to professional commissions. 

Our skilled team has an excellent track record of developing and delivering outreach, training and education initiatives for disabled musicians of all ages and abilities, from school through to professional levels. 

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