Our work with NYMAZ is featured in a video on new models of business development published by NESTA UK today:

The final report of NYMAZ’s Connect:Resound project was published last week. UCan Play provided the technical solution, support and consultancy for the project with research being undertaken by academics from the University of Hull. Further information about the new business models that this, and other innovation projects that NESTA have invested in, can be found here.

This week, we have been fielding many phone calls and enquiries from other music education organisations wanting to explore similar options for a blended approach to instrument tuition. We are delighted to work in partnership with any organisation that is looking to move its work forward in this area.