The Black Cat Music team are looking forward to attending this weekend’s Music Mark conference, being staged in Daventry on 21 and 22 November.

On show from Black Cat Music will be EXPRESS, a new self-assembly sound isolating cabin. Delivered as a flat pack and requiring only a screwdriver, spirit level, Allen keys and a step ladder it is designed for rapid installation and can be assembled in a couple of hours. Thanks to patented, interlocking acoustic panels manufactured from special high performance materials, the cabin enjoys a high integrity acoustic barrier that effectively blocks sound escape both into and out of the space. Perfect for home studios, acoustic booths, school music practice rooms, recording studios, voiceover rooms and vocal booths, these cabins are also ideally suited for use as confidential meeting rooms, language laboratories, examination rooms, audiometry rooms and medical testing.

Apart from introducing EXPRESS,, the Black Cat Music team will also be presenting a comprehensive range of of high quality performance equipment including ergonomic orchestra chairs, stage systems, music stands, stand lights and instrument and music storage systems. Black Cat Music is the central distributor in Europe and Russia for Wenger Corporation. Wenger is world-renowned for the quality and durability of its music equipment, and all Wenger products carry a minimum 5-year warranty.

The Music Mark conference - "Progression in Music Education; Further Still, Yet Further” –takes place on 21 and 22 November at Staverton Park, Daventry in Northamptonshire. Attendees will hear from some of the country's leading music educators, schools leaders and music industry specialists. “The Music Mark Annual Conference 2014 is a two-day event which offers a forum to debate, share expertise and exchange ideas for developing the national picture of music education for children and young people”, advise the event organisers.