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Ian Ritchie reflects on the creative case for diversity and inclusion within the classical music industry
On returning from the Inclusive Creativity produced by Share Music Ian Ritchie reflects on the role of adaptive music technologies, telling the stories of Clarence Adoo’s Headspace, Nigel Osborne’s Skoog and advocating for a change in the approach of the classical music profession to extend its range in thinking about new instrumentation in terms of teaching, practice and in composition.
Reflecting on her time in Barcelona working on a mentoring project led by British Council Spain, Janice Parker writes with passion and aplomb about the innovation in dance made possible by the potential for disabled choreographers to break convention and invent new modes of expression.
As part of our 'Spotlight on Australia' series, UK-based Australian performer Caroline Bowditch shares her thoughts on her recent smash-hit show, Falling in Love With Frida, accessibility in the arts sector and how she'll always call Australia home.