Join us if you're a disabled or non-disabled musician, an instrument maker, a designer, manufacturer, music teacher, academic, student, technologist, inventor, innovator or have any experience or skills that will enhance the team. Tell us which of the innovation challenges you’d most like to be involved in addressing, and why.  

To apply to join a team please complete the form below and click submit. We'll be back in touch as soon as possible to discuss your involvement.

If you are not sure whether your experience can help, we'd love for you to get in touch with us - we are keen for teams to be as broad and diverse as possible.

And let us know if you’d like to join us for the hack event at Plexal (Saturday 3 October 2020). 

Please note that we have a number of travel bursaries available for disabled participants. If you'd like to apply for a bursary to help cover the costs of attending, please contact us through this site. If you would prefer to communicate by alternative means, please let us know.
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About the challenge

Music is a universal language – or at least it should be. But what if having a physical disability makes it difficult – or impossible – for someone to pick up and play a musical instrument? 

‍We’re looking for people with relevant knowledge andexpertise to form virtual teams that will work remotely over the next 6 monthsto address a series of innovation challenges