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The Music Focus Group

The Interactive Music Awareness Programme

 

The aim of the Music Focus Group at the University of Southampton is to provide music perception and production (re)habilitation advice, facilities and support for severe to profoundly deaf adults and children who either have or are considering having a cochlear implant.

We are a group of audiologists, researchers, speech & language therapists, teachers of the deaf, musicians, composers and music therapists, based at the:

University of Southampton Auditory Implant Service (USAIS), Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR), Department of Music, Humanities 

Latest news:

Launch of the Interactive Music Awareness Programme (IMAP)

September music workshop at the University of Southampton Auditory Implant Service

Professionals learn about running music workshops for cochlear implant users

Focus groups evaluate an online version of the Interactive Music Awareness Programme

Sound On Sound magazine report on the Interactive Music Awareness Programme

Compositions for Cochlear Implantees (C4CI) film goes live on the AHRC website and YouTube channel

C4CI Grand Finale positively received and covered by the BBC

AHRC awards follow-on funding for C4CI project

'Hearing Music' stand reaches out to 5000+ people

Check back regularly for Music Focus Group events, news and resources. If you have any news/comments for the MFG, please email Rachel van Besouw:

rvb (@) isvr.soton.ac.uk

 

IMAP launch

New, online version of the Interactive Music Awareness Programme (IMAP) launches on the 30th January 2014 @ www.morefrommusic.org.

Join us at the launch!

"Music and my CI"

Edna describes her experiences of listening to music through her cochlear implant.

Read more here

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