Suffolk Libraries
Mon 30 Jan 2023
4:24 pm - 5:24 pm
Nate Holder – Decolonisation of Music in Early Years image

We’re hosting a webinar with Prof Nate Holder on decolonising music in the early years! This is an opportunity for attendees to learn, discuss and explore inclusivity through the lens of anti-racist practice.
The session aims to give attendees an introduction into how colonialism has impacted our music biases and the implications for teaching and learning in the Early Years.
Booking is required.
About Nate Holder:
Prof Nate Holder BA (Hons), MMus is a musician, author, speaker, and music education consultant. He is an advocate for decolonising music education and has been speaking, writing, and consulting on the subject internationally for the past few years.
Nate brings his passion and skill in public speaking into leading CPD training and workshops for schools, hubs and universities; helping to address bias, underrepresentation in music classrooms, departments, hubs and boards internationally. He has consulted and worked with the BBC, Hal Leonard Europe and Collins Music.
After the murder of George Floyd sparked worldwide protests, he began to speak at universities and music education hubs and consult for music industry leaders.