BAPAM Training Day, Sunday May 17, Cambridge

Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge
9.30 – 4.30 

Turning an expert eye on the health impact of touring, ENT/reflux and specific issues around piano playing, our programme includes:

Travel health for performers – presentation by Dr Charlie Easmon.

Pianists’ performance issues – presentations by:  Dr Hara Trouli, BAPAM Musculoskeletal physician; Sarah Upjohn, BAPAM and Purcell School physiotherapist. Demonstrations by pianists and keyboard students.

Gastric reflux and the voice – ENT Consultant, Mrs Jan Panesar, and speech therapist speakers to be confirmed.

Lunch is included in the ticket price.

Cancellations prior to 3 May will be fully refunded.

Booking is now open here: http://bapamtraining2015a.eventbrite.co.uk

If you’re not already a Friend of BAPAM, please consider becoming one. Friends have the opportunity to book Early Bird tickets to BAPAM events, with considerable savings on the usual price (Early Bird bookings are now closed for this event). Please note, if you’re already in ‘Price Band A’, you won’t save more by becoming a Friend, but your support will help us deliver our services and keep the performing arts in good health.

This event is part of our regular series of training days for health professionals, researchers, practitioners and others engaged in performing arts healthcare, welfare and education.

We are grateful to Anglia Ruskin University Music Department for providing a free venue for this event and for supporting us as members of the BAPAM Student Advocate Scheme.

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