Friday 3 May 2024




Dr Dora Allman Meeting Room, Student Hub, University College Cork


Free Admission

Dr Eva McMullan-Glossop is facilitating an interactive workshop as part of Cork International Choral Festival to demonstrate accessible and creative ways to rewire traditional approaches to choral teaching, making the choral rehearsal an enjoyable and accessible space for everyone.

Dr Eva McMullan-Glossop is a lecturer in the Department of Music at UCC and has been the director of the University College Choir since 2012. She founded the Crosshaven Community Choir in 2016.

For over a decade, Dr McMullan-Glossop has combined her passion for choral music with her aim of increasing the accessibility of choral music to people of all abilities. To ensure best practice, she has worked closely with Down Syndrome Cork, Down Syndrome Ireland, ChildVision, and the id+ Project at UCC.

Dr McMullan-Glossop is also currently completing a Masters in Anatomy in Neuroscience that has helped inform her practice. Grounded in a neural education model, this interactive workshop will provide conductors and choristers with practical skills and toolkits to create a rich music environment in their choral rehearsal that encourages children and adults of all abilities to be active participants.


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