ATMI is holding its National Conference in conjunction with the College Music Society’s Sixty-Second National Conference in Louisville, Kentucky.
CMS/ATMI National Conferences routinely attract over 400 faculty, administrators, graduate students, independent scholars, composers, publishers and music business personnel who share a common interest and dedication to the improvement of music and its relationship to the other academic disciplines of higher education.
Association for Technology in Music Instruction (ATMI)
Music & Drama Education Expo will return on 6 and 7 March 2019 for its 7th anniversary!
Over two days, the event will offer you the chance to attend over 80 seminars, workshops and debates, to meet and browse the services of over 150 exhibitors and to network with 2,500 of your peers. An essential experience for anyone working in music and drama education!
Over 80 professional development sessions, spanning panel debates, Q&As, practical workshops and seminars
The chance to learn from award-winning teachers, pedagogues and practitioners
Presentations from some of the biggest names in arts education and the wider arts industry
Performances showcasing young talent from across the UK
Fireside chats with leading artists and industry figures
A huge exhibition showcasing over 150 of the leading brands in the industry
Product launches and demonstrations from established companies and those new on the scene
Special offers and discounts exclusive to the show
Networking opportunities with 2,500 of the brightest minds in music and drama education from over 40 countries
The ABO’s primary event each year is its annual conference, the major gathering of the classical music industry in the UK, with over 350 delegates drawn from orchestras both from within the UK and abroad, plus funding agencies, venues, agents, publishers and suppliers.
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Malmö Academy of Music, Ystadvägen 25 20041 Malmö, Sweden
15 May 2019 To 18 May 2019
27th European Association for Music in Schools Conference/7th European ISME Regional Conference in Malmö, Sweden. ‘The School I’d Like’ – Music Education meeting the needs of the children and young people today
About the conference
This conference presents perspectives and perceptions of music education today by those who matter most – the students. Placing their views in the centre of the debate, this conference provides an evaluation of the democratic processes involved in teaching and learning music.
Identifying consistencies in children’s expression of how they wish to learn
Highlighting particular sites where students have a voice in the music education system today
Illustrating how the learning environment is experienced by today’s children
Posing questions about the reconstruction of music teaching and learning for the 21st century
Who the conference is for
This conference offers a powerful platform for new perspectives on school reform and will be essential for all those involved in music education including music teachers, researchers, students, artists, policy makers, and anyone who believes that children’s voices should be heard.