Longueuil – May 28th 2017– BrailleTAB is proud to announce that the project receives support from more organizations as the launch of the first virtual library of Braille guitar tabs dedicated to blind musicians will become a reality on June 7th.
Among its partners, BrailleTAB now counts on the Association québécoise des parents d'enfants handicapés visuels (AQPEHV). Their financial support will allow the transcription in Braille of children's songs. Those songs will be available this summer on the virtual library.
This new partnership with l'AQPEHV adds up to the support already received by the Government of Canada's Enabling Accessibility Fund and by the Fondation des Aveugles du Québec.
The launch of BrailleTAB will take place on Wednesday, June 7th, 2017 at 7 PM at the Association québécoise des parents d'enfants handicapes visuels (AQPEHV). On this occasion, Jean-Pierre Lessard and Tommy Théberge will explain you the project and how it works.
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With BrailleTAB, blind guitar players all around the world will have access to materiel adapted by a professional team. Tommy Theberge, accessibility expert and Jean-Pierre Lessard, professional musician created a universal transcription code to make guitar tablatures available in Braille. Guitar training, practice or development will never be easier using BrailleTAB.