Visually-impaired musicians lives

Among visually impaired people, there are amateur and professional instrumentalists and singers, composers and music teachers, to name a few, who experience music uniquely across their lives and approach music-making in distinct and fascinating ways. Dr. David Baker (Principal Investigator) and Professor Lucy Green (Co-Investigator and Mentor) UCL Institute of Education.

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