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This episode of the BERA Podcast explores the role of contemporary music style and practice in promoting inclusivity in music education. Adam Hart is joined by Pete Dale and Pam Burnard, convenors of the AHRC Contemporary Urban Music for Inclusion Network (CUMIN), and Haleemah X, PhD student exploring identity as a Muslim female rap artist. The discussion includes how contemporary music practices can lead to a more inclusive creative education, how the curriculum might accommodate this, and the influence of contemporary music on practice-based research in higher education.

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Adam Hart, Dr

Lecturer in Music Technology at University of Salford

Dr Adam Hart is a lecturer in music technology at the University of Salford. He has a background in secondary education and audio programming, and his research interests involve creative advocacy through interactive technology. His PhD project...