Networking and natural partnership: creators and music educators – International Perspective

This November in Quebec City, the Canadian New Music Network takes part in the international conference “Music Learning: Benefits for the 21st century learner,” hosted by FAMEQ and OICRM.

Networking and natural partnership: creators and music educators – International Perspective
A Roundtable organized by the Canadian New Music Network

Moderator: Tim Brady, CNMN president.

Panelists: Pamela Burnard – University of Cambridge Faculty of Education (UK); Janet Smith – City University of New York (USA); Holly Nimmons – Executive Director Coalition for Music Education in Canada; Anthony J. Palmer – School of Music, Boston University (USA).

When: Friday, November 23, 2012 – 3:30pm
Where: Quebec City Convention Centre, room 207
Contact: Tim Brady – tim@timbrady.ca
Visit this PDF link for the full programme

Introduction

Balanced musical education has several components. Creation is increasingly recognized as an important element in the development of young musicians. If there is a seemingly natural complicity between music creators and educators, there are still many steps before their collaboration is well integrated and understand the strengths and needs of the other.

This roundtable will discuss the steps that have been taken in this area in each country to share success stories, and to better understand the issues surrounding the integration of musical creativity in music education. In addition, participants will address the question of how to create better networking between artists and educators, both nationally and internationally. How can these two natural partners they know better, and find more effective ways, more efficient, and more enjoyable to work together?

 

 

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