Workshop Date: Monday 16 July 16:00-16:45 Venue: M2 Flat Hall 1 The workshop celebrates the capacity of all educators to bring beauty into the lives of children, young people and adults – not only music specialists. This includes those for whom such an experience may so far have seemed a distant dream. Here we explore the integration of elements found […]
Whatever we understand and enjoy in human products instantly becomes ours, wherever they might have their origin – Rabindranath Tagore* During this presentation, musical figures from several distinct traditions were explored in a practice-oriented manner. The figures selected are appealing beyond South Asia where they originated many centuries ago and continue to play a key role in classical and […]
“Yours figuratively: Indian music in intercultural education” Date: Thursday 28th July 2016 (17:15 – 18:15) Venue: AGOS Studio Paper Number: 704.00 | Submission Category: Demonstration/Workshop Special Interest Group (SIG): Practice & Research in Integrated Music Education For more details, kindly check the isme2016glasgow.org website during the conference (24-29 July 2016) Abstract Music counts among the proverbial “64 arts and skills” of ancient […]
We look forward to seeing you (again), either at 2016 World conference of the International Society for Music Education in Glasgow (24-29 July), or anywhere else >>
DE | EN Tippen Sie einfach “isme” in das Suchfenster, um Informationen über unsere Beiträgen zu den Weltkonferenzen der internationalen Gesellschaft für Musikerziehung (ISME.org) zu erhalten.
EN | DE For information about our contributions to several of ISME’s world conferences for music education (ISME.org), simply type “isme” in the search window. Thanks for your interest – looking forward to seeing you at the next ISME world conference in Glasgow (24-29 July 2016) or anywhere else; i.e. wherever the cause of education is served by (1) […]
We believe that good practice in music education means that we contribute to other disciplines and therefore work with teachers not (yet) trained in music. As part of this ongoing quest, we have been working with fellow educators from all over the world for many years. During the Thessaloniki world conference we associated ourselves with […]
The small plucked instrument (Tamil yal or yazh) was presented for the first time to a discerning global audience at the ISME 2012 World Conference of Music Education. The three South Indian classical vocal concerts by “Yoga” Manickam Yogeswaran were accompanied by Ludwig Pesch playing a bamboo tambura newly designed by Klangwerkstatt in Berlin in collaboration with Norbert Klippstein and Yogendra Jens […]