Black Cat Music will be attending the Federation of Music Services 2012 Conference taking place at the Wyboston Lakes Hotel in Bedfordshire, 15th to 16th June and also exhibiting a comprehensive range of equipment for music education, performance and rehearsal.

Performance equipment including examples of music stands, orchestral chairs, staging, choral risers, conductor’s equipment and music folders will be on show. In addition Black Cat Music offer a range of theatre products embracing staging, tiered audience seating, orchestra pit-fillers, make-up stations and costume racks. Black Cat Music is the Master Distributor in the UK and Ireland for Wenger Corporation - a company widely recognised as world leaders in fully guaranteed staging and music performance equipment.

Also at the show are Music Practice Rooms offering an affordable and flexible solution to noise problems in schools. Sound-isolating Music Practice Rooms [www.musicpracticerooms.com] allow music teachers and students to rehearse within a controlled environment that minimises the acoustic impact upon other classes. The flexibility of the modular design permits Music Practice Rooms to be configured to fit available spaces.

Martin Loft and Brigitte Downs from Black Cat Music will be available on the stand to demonstrate products and provide advice. Don’t forget to pick up your FMS Delegates discount voucher from the Black Cat stand. Whether you are looking for musical performance equipment, event staging, audience and performance seating, theatre equipment or acoustic solutions, Black Cat Music can provide high-quality equipment, which is as durable as it is elegant and easy to use.

The organisers say the 2012 FMS Annual Conference [http://www.thefms.org/training-and-events/conferences] ‘FMS Leading the Way’ will be, “an exciting conference for an exciting year in music education. In England, Music Services, and their partners, are working tirelessly to ensure a smooth transition for the September launch of the 122 new ‘Music Education Hubs’ recently announced by Arts Council England. These hubs will provide instrumental lessons, bands, choirs, orchestras, and other music-making opportunities in and out of school for all children in their local area. Basically they will bring to life the Government’s ‘National Plan for Music Education’.”