This hybrid event is presented both online and at Sage Gateshead in partnership with Blue Cabin CIO and will include presentations, workshops and a panel discussion with a focus on social pedagogy and inclusive practice. Delegates will come away with new knowledge, insight, skills and contacts.
With debate raging around what the education system should be seeking to deliver, where does music education stand across the four nations of the UK? Now is the time to regroup and discuss what the future might look like as we head into 2022. Join the ISM Trust on Saturday 27 November, 10am-4.30pm, for a free online conference, bringing together experts from across the sector to discuss the opportunities and challenges that music educators currently face. We’ll examine the future for music in schools in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, the priorities for early years music, and legal rights…
The University of the Philippines College of Music Graduate Programs opens its conference to international participants. As a collective ecosystem of researchers, performers and composers, the Graduate Programs thrive on the students’ conceptual-and-expressive core by building scholarship, performativity, and creativity.
Musicians Without Borders, in association with the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music at The University of Melbourne, the Creative Arts Research Institute at Griffith University, and the Music Department at SOAS University of London, invite stakeholders from across disciplines to the launch of two new reports that explore the role of music in peacebuilding.