28.09.2022: UK Music has lined up a top panel to discuss “The Power of Music: Boosting Health and Wellbeing” at the Conservative Party’s annual conference.
The panel line-up in Birmingham will feature UK Music’s Chief Executive Jamie Njoku-Goodwin, Campaign Director for Music For Dementia’s Grace Meadows, MP for Clwyd South and founder of Concertina – Music for the Elderly (which provides live music in care homes and day centres across England and Wales) Simon Baynes MP, BPI’s Director of Public Affairs Sophie Jones and General Secretary of the Musician’s Union Naomi Pohl.
The discussion will take place on Monday October 3, from 1:15pm – 2:15pm at Sonata Room, Hyatt Regency Birmingham. A conference pass will be required to access the event. Refreshments will be provided.
The panel will focus on the benefits music can bring to people’s health, mental health and wellbeing. It will explore how music is currently being used in the health and social care sectors, and what needs to be done to ensure everyone across the UK can benefit from access to this kind of support.
The panellists will also discuss music’s important role in our local communities and how it can help positively shape our country’s culture and contribute to everyone’s everyday wellbeing.Back to news