The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music and the National Music Therapy Research Unit are hosting a Symposium in September.

The session is designed to discuss the impact of the NDIS on the funding of music services for the purposes of health and wellbeing.

Music therapists, disability service providers, community music groups and people with a disability are invited to attend.

There will be a number of presentations from leading researchers, performances and discussion forums. Scope’s Ballarat Music Group will be performing, and Scope’s professorial fellow Dr Keith McVilly will be speaking on the day.

Date: Friday 2 September
Time: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Where: G08 Theatre, Law School Building, 185 Pelham St Carlton, University of Melbourne
Cost: $25 Concession / $60 Full + booking fee
RSVP: Bookings via Eventbrite

For more information including program details, please visit the Victorian College of the Arts & Melbourne Conservatorium of Music website.