26th European Association for Music in Schools (EAS)

Conference 14 - 17 March 2018 Jelgava / Riga, Latvia

 

Updated 14.03.2018

 

 

Conference schedule

 

 


PRE-CONFERENCE SCHEDULE (Closed Meetings)

MONDAY, March 12, 2018

Conference Venue: Akmenu iela 1, Jelgava

9:30 - 17:00

ISME Executive Board Meeting (Chair: Lee Higgins)

Room 202

17:00 - 19:30

EAS Board Meeting (Chair: Gerhard Sammer)

Room 204

TUESDAY, March 13th 2018

Conference Venue: Akmenu iela 1, Jelgava

9:00 - 17:30

EAS Board Meeting

Room 204

9:00 - 17:30

ISME Executive Board Meeting

Room 202

14:30 - 18:30

EAS Doctoral Student Forum (DSF)

(Chairs: Mary Stakelum & Thade Buchborn)

Room 203

17:30 - 18:30

Joint Meeting of EAS board & ISME Executive Board

Room: Workshop Room

19:00

Social Evening with International buffet of SF/DSF/EAS Board / ISME ExBoard

Workshop Room

WEDNESDAY, March 14, 2018

Conference Venue: Akmenu iela 1, Jelgava

9:00 - 12:30

EAS Board Meeting

Room 204

9:00 - 12:30

ISME Executive Board Meeting

Room 202

9:00 - 17:00

EAS Doctoral Student Forum (DSF)

Room 203

9:00 - 17:00

EAS Student Forum (SF)

Room: Workshop Room

13:00 - 17:00

EAS National Coordinators’ Meeting (NCs Meeting)

(Chair Natassa Economidou Stavrou)

Room: Room 42


CONFERENCE SCHEDULE March 14 - 17, 2018

WEDNESDAY, March 14, 2018

10:00 - 12:00

School Visits (register in advance)

Rooms 119, Room 120, Room 121; Room 122; Room 123; Library; Concert Hall

Conference Venue: Akmenu iela 1, Jelgava

13:30 - 17:00

Conference Registration

Room: 1st Floor Hallway

Conference Venue: Akmenu iela 1, Jelgava

15:30 - 17:30

Musical Walk in Jelgava

Meeting point: 1st Floor Hallway

Visiting three interesting tourist destinations in Jelgava with different musical performances

18:00 - 19:30

Opening Ceremony

Room: 1st Floor Concert Hall

Conference Venue: Akmenu iela 1, Jelgava

Welcome Addresses

Andris Rāviņš (Mayor of Jelgava)

Gunta Auza (Head of Jelgava Education Department)

Agris Celms (Head of Jelgava Secondary School No. 4)

Lee Higgins (ISME President)

Gerhard Sammer (EAS President)

Rūta Kanteruka (Head of the Conference Team)

Music by students and teachers of the Jelgava Secondary School No. 4

Orchestra Rota: “Vidzemē, Vidzemē, kundziņi mans” (Latvian Folk Song theme) by Līga Celma-Kursiete

Orchestra Rota: “Aktieri zaļumballē” (Actors in the Open-air ball) by Raimonds Pauls

 

Five Choirs from Jelgavas Secondary School No.4 “Pavasara rotāšana” (Spring Theme) - Traditional music from Baltic States

19:30 - 20:30

Wine Reception


THURSDAY, March 15, 2018

8:45 - 9:00

Music Education in Latvia - Edgars Vitols (LV)
 Chair: Gerhard Sammer; Room: Concert Hall

9:00 - 9:50

Keynote David Elliot (US)

Chair: Gerhard Sammer; Room: Concert Hall

9:50 - 10:00

Break (10 min.)

Parallel Sessions

PP - Practice Papers; RP - Research Papers; W - Workshop; S - Symposium

Room: Concert Hall

Chair: Andreas Bernhofer

Room:122

Chair: Anna Houmann

Room:123

Chair: Tommy Lindskog

10:00  10:30

PP

Enhancing Music Access-a knowledge hub for music teachers

M. Wolf; S.Younie (UK)

PP

A competent music teacher: looking for a wonder-man

S. Vidulin (HR)

DiGiTime RP

Sound APPs – a cluster model for competence based learning with mobile devices

P. Ahner (DE)

10:35 - 11:05

RP

Improving multi-professional music teacher collaboration through professional learning communities

J. Wieneke (AT)

RP

Competences and more:  Sketching the profile of today’s competent music teacher

N. Economidou Stavrou (CY)

DiGiTime PP

Implementing​ ​electroacoustic​ ​music​ ​composition​ ​techniques​ ​in​ ​the​ ​music classroom​

N. Therapontos; D. Savva

(CY)

11:05 - 11:25

Coffee Break (20 min.)

Room: Concert Hall

Chair: Gerhard Sammer

Room:122

Chair: Olle Zanden

Room:123

Chair: Philip Ahner

11:25 - 11:55

International Symposium 1

The impact of International Networks on Music Education - Aims and Important Activities

L. Higgins, S. O´Neill (ISME)

 T. Klemettinen (EMU)
NOT S. Gies (AEC)
S. Greiner (ECA-EC)
L. O'Shaughnessy

(Opera Europe)

RP

Reconstructing music student’s orientations about inclusion and collaboration

C. Rott-Fournier (DE)

DiGiTime PP

Problem-Based Digital Music Education: Use and Effects of Digital Media Inside Communities of Practice

T. Mesarosch; M. Ahlers (DE)

12:00 - 12:30

PP

The Assessment of Music Ability in Instrumetnal Tuition

J. Bonfield-Brown;

H. Boulton; M.Wolf  (UK)

DiGiTime RP

Young People with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties Engaging in Open Orchestra work: What and How Do We Assess?

M. Gall (UK)


THURSDAY, March 15, 2018

8:45 - 9:00

Music Education in Latvia - Edgars Vitols (LV)
Room: Concert Hall, Chair: Gerhard Sammer

9:00 - 9:50

Keynote David Elliot (US)

Chair: Gerhard Sammer; Room: Concert Hall

9:50 - 10:00

Break (10 min.)

Parallel Sessions

PP - Practice Papers; RP - Research Papers; W - Workshop; S - Symposium

Room:209

Chair: Rūta Girdzijauskiene

Room:Assembly Hall

Chair: Lina Van Dooren

Room: Workshop Room

Chair: Arta Jurgenovska

10:00 - 10:30

PP

How interdisciplinarity between music and science can foster problem solving and creativity

J. Vanesser, R. Frans (BE)

W

Let’s unite with an opera

 E. Kopsalidou (GR)

W

Correction of children's singing voice production problems

A. Asztalos (HU)

10:35 - 11:05

RP

The Effect of “Song Maps” on The Success of Learning School Songs

Ç. Yiğit;

Ö. Sezen (TR)

10:50 - 11:40

W

How new digital technology such as “Charanga Sing” can support singing in your classroom

M. Casson (UK)

11:05 - 11:25

Coffee Break (20 min.)

Room:209

Chair: Helmut Schaumberger

Room: Assembly Hall

Chair: Elisabeth Wieland

Room: Workshop Room

Chair: Gabriela Konkol

11:25 - 11:55

PP

Three aspects concerning music teacher training

 F. Niermann (AT)

W

Earth & Sky’: Competences in mixing creativity and improvisation with portable smart devices

M. Mõistlik-Tamm (EE)

W

Listening with participation: practical activities

J. Godinho (PT)

12:00 - 12:30

RP

Going to the Source: an investigation on the educational impact of choral activities in South Tyrol from a Lifelong Learning perspective. State of art of a qualitative research

  1. Coppi (IT)

THURSDAY, March 15, 2018

12:30 - 13:30

Lunch in the Lunch Room - in two groups according to your conference bag colour (Red 12:30-13:00; Blue 13:00 -13:30)

Concert in the Concert Hall by Children and Youth Dance Ensemble

 “Vēja zirdziņš”

Room: 42

Chair: Natassa Economidou Stavrou

Room:122

Chair: Franz Niermann

Room:123

Chair: Susan O’Neill

13:30 - 14:00

EAS

National Coordinators’

Symposium 1

Educating competent music teachers in Europe: Sharing good practices and exploring challenges

RP

Vocal tuition in school music lessons

V. Kiik-Salupere;
R. Rüütelmaa (EE)

RP

Listening to music with participation: Effects on musical understanding and on the argumentative competence in spontaneous judgments

J. C. Godinho (PT)

14:05 - 14:35

RP

Structure of Choral Warm-Ups in Rehearsals of the Hungarian Children’s Choirs

 A. Asztalos (HU)

PP

How to improve listening competencies in extracurricular music education

J. Váradi  (HU)

14:40 - 15:10

RP

Singing Competences across European National Curricula

H. Schaumberger (AT);
M. Wolf (UK);
D. Johnson (SE);
J. van der Sandt (IT)

RP

Developing heightened listening: A creative tool for introducing primary school children to sound-based music

D. Holland (UK)

15:10 - 15:45

Coffee Break (35 min.)


THURSDAY, March 15, 2018

12:30 - 13:30

Lunch in the Lunch Room - in two groups according to your conference bag colour (Red 12:30-13:00; Blue 13:00 -13:30)

Concert in the Concert Hall by Children and Youth Dance Ensemble

 “Vēja zirdziņš”

Room:209

Chair: Adri de Vugt

Room: Assembly Hall

Chair: Motje Wolf

Room: Workshop Room

Chair: Krista Lūsiņa

13:30 - 14:00

RP

Music professionals as music teachers in Waldorf schools. Individual competencies and challenges for teacher education

R.Eller (DE)

W

Do I have to be a soloist? Developing career competences in the music classroom

D. Bennett (AU)

W

Pocket Composer - Making music on Android 

T. Flad; J. Freymann (DE)

W

Dance of Music

S. Acay Sözbir (TR)

14:05 - 14:35

RP

FALKO-M: Assessing music teachers’ professional knowledge

 

G. Puffer; B. Hofmann (DE)

14:40 - 15:10

RP

Competences in specialised music education at pre-c  ollege level

L. Pardàs (ES)

15:10 - 15:45

Coffee Break (35 min)


THURSDAY, March 15, 2018

Room: 42

Chair:
Lorraine O´Connell

Room:122

Chair: Monika Oebelsbergerl

Room:123

Chairs:

Mary Stakelum

Thade Buchborn

15:45 - 16:15

EAS

National Coordinators’

Symposium

Part 2

Developing music competences in schools: Sharing good practices and addressing/exploring challenges in Europe

RP

Teaching of musical competences: Didactical situations in Navarrese schools

R. Angel-Alvarado (ES)

EAS Doctoral Student Forum

16:20 - 16:50

PP

Learning elements of music theory through creative practice: didactic models in working with pupils in music lessons

I. Vilde; K.Skrūzmane (LV)

16:55 - 17:25

PP

Music-education and social competencies  a Kodály-approach

M. Deákné Kecskés (HU)

17:25 - 17:35

 Break (10 min)

17:35 - 18:35

EAS Strategic Development  - Round Table Discussions

All delegates are welcome (Chairs: EAS board members)

Room: Assembly Hall

18:35 - 18:45

Break (10 min.)

18:45 - 19:45

Concert - Latvian Voices

Room: Concert Hall

 


THURSDAY, March 15, 2018

Room: 209

Chair:
Timo Klemettinen

Room: Assembly Hall

Chair: Dawn Bennett  

Room: Workshop Room

Chair: Arta Jurgenovska

15:45 - 16:15

PP

Teaching and Learning by sharing the stage. Applying modeling to a collaborative project focused on music performance and social skills

G. Cabré Salagre (NL)

W

Improvisation with the piano and other instruments - Tools for all teachers

J. Tenni (FI)

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16:35 - 17:20

W

Mapping educational specialist know how: connecting researchers and teachers to share research knowledge worldwide on music education

 S. Younie; M. Wolf (UK)

W

Interactive music education with the app “etudo” and the platform “sofasession”

F. Höfer; H. Herglotz (AT)

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16:35 - 17:20

W

"Not Torture But Joy!" (Zoltán Kodály)

V. Banki (HU)

16:20 - 16:50

PP

Teaching curriculum for basic formation of  young artists in Elemantary  Music Schools in Kosova – Competences

M. Pajaziti -Drancolli;

 D. Nallbani (XK)

16:55 - 17:25

RP

“I want to have a lot of input from her” – Musician-kindergarten educator tandems between didactical competences and personal artistic development

A.Kivi, R.Eller (DE)

17:25 - 17:35

Break (10 min.)

17:35 - 18:35

EAS Strategic Development  - Round Table Discussions

All delegates are welcome (Chairs: EAS board members)

Room: Assembly Hall

18:35 - 18:45

 Break (10 min.)

18:45 - 19:45

Concert - Latvian Voices

Room: Concert Hall


FRIDAY, March 16, 2018

8:45 - 9:00

Poster Flashlight Plenary Session in the Concert Hall

Chair: Andreas Bernhofer (Poster Talk in the Afternoon, Coffee Break)

9:00 - 9:50

Keynote Martin Fautley (UK)

Chair: Rūta Kanteruka; Room: Concert Hall

9:50 - 10:00

Break (10 min.)

Parallel Sessions

PP - Practice Papers; RP - Research Papers; W - Workshop; S - Symposium

Room: Concert Hall

Chair: Thomas De Baets

Room:122

Chair: Jens Knigge

Room:123

Chair: Rūta Girdzijauskiene

10:00 - 10:30

International

 Symposium 2

AEC & EMU & EAS

Joint Forces in European Projects for Music Education 

S. Gies (AEC)

T. Klementtinen (EMU)

A. de Vugt, N. Economidou Stavrou, M. Gall  (EAS)

RP

Educating for cultural musicianship? Core content and competences in Norwegian compulsory music education

L.W. Ellefsen; I.L. Vestad (NO)

PP

Musicate – successes and challenges in a professional development project for primary teachers and musicians

S. Hennessy (UK)

10:35 - 11:05

RP

Using the Post-Tonal piano works of Béla Bartók to teach musical form and structure in a secondary classroom

 H.L. Kasztelan Chapman (AU)

RP

Reframing  instrumental music education in a sociocultural context: the primary school classroom as an equitable point of access to learning a musical instrument

C. Deloughry (IE)

11:05 - 11:25

Coffee Break (20 min.)

Room: Concert Hall

Room:122

Chair: Sabina Vidulin

Room:123

Chair: Sarah Hennessy

11:25 - 11:55

EAS

Student Forum

RP

Creating conditions for conceptually mediated competences in music

N. Rudbäck (SE)

PP

Conservatoire d’Oujda and Koninklijk Conservatorium Antwerpen: a mutually beneficial collaboration in teacher training

T. Verdonck (BE)

12:00 - 12:30

RP

Classroom Teacher Candidates' Views about their Competences in “Music” and “Teaching Music” Courses

S. Sungurtekin (TR)

PP

Imagine, Feel and Play: Developing music (and other) Competences Through Musical Creation in Early Age

G. Šmite (GR)

FRIDAY, March 16, 2018

8:45 - 9:00

Poster Flashlight Plenary Session in the Concert Hall

Chair: Andreas Bernhofer (Poster Talk in the Afternoon, Coffee Break)

9:00 - 9:50

Keynote Martin Fautley (UK)

Chair: Rūta Kanteruka; Room: Concert Hall

9:50 - 10:00

Break (10 min.)

Parallel Sessions

PP - Practice Papers; RP - Research Papers; W - Workshop; S - Symposium

Room: 209

Chair:

Franz Niermann

Room: Assembly Hall

Chair: Olle Zanden

Room: Workshop Room

Chair: Rūta Kanteruka

10:00 - 10:30

RP

Principles and problems of modelling in music, science and education

G. Lock (EE)

W

Orff-Schulwerk approach and Music Education competences: Play, Sing and Dance in 21th century

J. Cunha (PT)

W

"Who let the Dogs out?": Grooving and Moving Pop Choral Singing in Secondary Schools 

E. Wieland (AT)

10:35 - 11:05

PP

Yes, I feel competent in teaching music

A. Smeets-Sloekers (NL)

11:05 - 11:25

Coffee Break (20 min)

Room: 209

Chair: Monika Oebelsberger

Room: Assembly Hall

Chair: Krista Lūsiņa

Room: Workshop Room

Chair: Lina Van Dooren

11:25 - 12:30

RP

Overcoming barriers in the music classroom: designing and empowering music teacher competences and student competencies development in Cyprus

P. Michaelides;

G. Kyriakidou Neophytou;

C. Gregoriou (CY)

W

Artistic competences Flanders (Belgium)

E. Schrooten;

J. Vanesser (BE)

W

Solfeg.io – engaging music education for digital natives

A. Arro; L.Kazāka (LV)

FRIDAY, March 16, 2018

12:30 - 13:30

Lunch in the Lunch Room - in two groups according to your conference bag colour (Red 12:30-13:00; Blue 13:00 -13:30)

Concert in the Concert Hall - Young pianists from Jelgava Music School will perform Latvian composers’ music

Room: 211

Chair: Andreas.

Lehmann-Wermser

Room:122

Chair: Adri de Vugt

Room:123

Chair: Stefan Gies

13:30 - 14:00

Symposium

 

Modelling Musical Competences  is it worth the effort?

 

A. Lehmann-Wermser (DE)

 

RP

“Perceiving and Contextualising Music”: Competency Assessment and Relevant Factors for Music Achievement

 

J. Knigge (DE)

 

RP

Music-related argumentative competence: Development of a competency test

 

J. Ehninger (DE)

 

RP

How to assess music performance competence in a group setting?

 

J. Hasselhorn (DE)

 

M. Fautley (UK)

O. Zanden (SE)

RP

Cooperation of Schools with Concert Hosts The Kick-off for a Europe-wide comparative Research Project

A. Bernhofer (AT)

S. Vidulin (HR)

L. Beqiri (MK)

G. Konkol (PL)

PP

Flexible Musicianship: Fostering Competence in Diverse Musical Styles

 D. Isbell (US)

14:05 - 14:35

RP

A closer look into creative acts – Analysing group composition and group improvisation processes in situ using the documentary video analysis

J. Treß; T. Elisabeth;
T. Buchborn (DE)

RP

A thematic review of the studies of music teacher competences in Turkey

 

H. Çeliktaş; D. Engür; S. Özeke (TR)

14:40 - 15:10

PP

Improvisation skills as a key competence for graduate music teachers

S. O’Regan (IE)

RP

Teaching music instrumentalists: a meeting of the music educator, the music student and music itself at the contact boundary

N. Zafranas; E. Mavrou (GR)

15:10 - 15:45

Coffee Break and POSTER TALK (35 min)


FRIDAY, March 16, 2018

12:30 - 13:30

Lunch in the Lunch Room - in two groups according to your conference bag colour (Red 12:30-13:00; Blue 13:00 -13:30)

Concert in the Concert Hall - Young pianists from Jelgava Music School will perform Latvian composers’ music

Room: 209

Chair: Johannes van der Sandt

Room: Assembly Hall

Chair: Krista Lūsiņa

Room: Workshop Room

Chair: Natassa Economidou Stavrou

13:30 - 14:00

RP

Using Web-Based Instruction to Facilitate Independent Learning in the Applied Studio

R. Carney (US)

W

Incorporation of Edwin E. Gordons Music Learning Theory to the Kodály philosophy

F. O’Connor (IE)

W

Create a culture of singing throughout your school

S. Ambury (UK)

14:05 - 14:35

RP

Digitization of learning processes and competences in musical lessons and ensemble practice, with the example of the app “etudo”

F. Höfer; H. Herglotz

(AT)

14:40 - 15:10

PP

To app or not to app? : Opportunities with smartphones for music theory related subjects

M. Mõistlik-Tamm (EE)

15:10 - 15:45

Coffee Break and POSTER TALK (35 min)


FRIDAY, March 16, 2018

Room: 211

Chair: Helmut Schaumberger

Room:202

Chair: Philipp Ahner & Tommy Lindskog

Room: Library

Chair: Thade Buchborn

15:45 - 16:45

Open Space 1

SiME

(Special Focus Group)

Introducing the new SFG
Singing in Music Education
SiME-coordinators

Graham Welch (UK)
Panel & Open Discussion

Open Space 2

DigiTiME

(Special Focus Group)

Open Space 3

PRiME

(Special Focus Group)

Room: 211

Room:122

Chair: Martin Fautley

Room:123

Chair: Philipp Ahner

16:50 - 17:20

PP

Practice what you preach: Giving practice based research competence relevance at HKU Utrecht Conservatory BA of Music in Education (BMusEd)

 

C. Boel

E. Ladage

L. Hendriks (NL)

RP

Undergraduate Methods Cited as “Memorable”

D. Misenhelter (US)

17:25 - 17:55

Further discussion of AEC/EAS/EMU.

Digitisation Project 2017 - 2021

RP

Music teacher’s competences to foster pupil’s musical creativity

S. Rimkutė-Jankuvienė; R. Girdzijauskienė (LT)

RP

Interrogating intercultural  competences: Towards relational professionalism  in music teacher education

H. Westerlund

A. Kallio

S. Karlsen (FI)

17:55 - 18:10

Break (15 min)

18:10 - 19:00

EAS General Meeting (Chair: Gerhard Sammer)

Room: Concert Hall; All members are kindly welcome

19:00 - 20:00

Break (60 min)

20:00

Conference Dinner with Latvian Traditional Music

Venue: Krišjāņa Barona iela 6, Jelgava


FRIDAY, March 16, 2018

Room: 209

Chair: Michael Pabst-Krueger

Room: 210

Chair: Irena Medňanská

Room: Workshop Room

Chair: N.N.

15:45 - 17:55

Open Space 4

Music Teachers’ Association’s

(MTA) Meeting

Open Space 5

Vishegrad (V4)

 Presentations

Musical stage performance as a means of developing a key social competence

J. Jiřičková (CZ)

Music Teachers’ Competences - Assumptions and School Practice in Poland

G. Konkol (PL)

Reference to Absence of Esthetical – Artistic Competency in Key Competencies

I. Medňanská (SK)

Improve Competences in Music Education through International Conferences in the Music Dept. of the Szeged University

N. Maczelka (HU)

Open Space 6,7,...

More Topics

all delegates are welcome to bring in their ideas till Thursday evening


(see announcements
on Friday morning)

17:55 - 18:10

Break (15 min.)

18:10 - 19:00

EAS General Meeting (Chair: Gerhard Sammer)

Room: Concert Hall; All members are kindly welcome

19:00 - 20:00

Break (60 min.)

20:00

Conference Dinner with Latvian Traditional Music

Venue: Krišjāņa Barona iela 6, Jelgava


SATURDAY, March 17, 2018

9:00 - 9:50

Keynote Manuel Fernandez (LV)

Chair: Thomas De Baets; Room: Concert Hall

9:50 - 10:00

Break (10 min.)

Parallel Sessions

PP - Practice Papers; RP - Research Papers; W - Workshop; S - Symposium

Room: 211

Chair: David Johnson

Room:122

Chair: Krista Lūsiņa

Room:123

Chair: Bernd Clausen

10:00 - 10:30

RP

From Singing Towards Listening: 5th-9th Grade Students Preferences For Activities in Music Lessons in Estonia

T. Selke (EE)

PP

The Austrian Competence-Model - Practical Insights of 5 Years Since Implementation

E. Wieland (AT)

PP

“Jardim Interior” (Inner Garden): An immersive training in arts for childhood

 A.I. Pereira;

H. Rodrigues;

P.F. Rodrigues;

P.M. Rodrigues (PT)

10:35 - 11:05

RP

Competence Orientation in Intercultural Music Education? Perspectives of teachers and learners against the background of selected theoretical positions

T. Buchborn; E. Tralle; J. Völker (DE)

PP

Music Education and Competences-experience from the New Kosovo Curriculum and practice

 B. Luzha (XK)

PP

Music and movement with unaccompanied minor refugees

C. Horbach (DE)

11:10 - 11:40

PP

Competences and Music Teacher Professional Development: The experience of the Trinity College, London Certificate for Music Educators qualification

 

G. Spruce (UK)

RP

The Common European Framework for Reference for Visual Literacy – an invitation for synergy with music skills frameworks

A. Kárpáti (HU)

RP

Emotions and Optimal Experiences in Senior Music Education:  A Case Study based on the Orff-Schulwerk approach and Flow Theory

J. Cunha (PT)

11:40 - 12:00

Break (20 min)

12:00 - 12:45

Closing Ceremony  

Room: Concert Hall

Concert & Reception

Closing Speeches and Reflective Statements

Gerhard Sammer (EAS President)

Short Statements by conference delegates

Rūta Kanteruka (Chair of the Conference Team)

Presentation of EAS Conference 2019 in Malmö (Sweden)

Anna Houmann & Tommy Lindskog (Chair of Organizing Committee)

Music by Jelgava Kokle* Ensemble “Zelta stīdziņas” (leader Biruta Deruma)

* Kokle - Latvian traditional string instrument, similar to Finnish’ Kantele

SATURDAY, March 17, 2018

9:00 - 9:50

Keynote Manuel Fernandez (LV)

Chair: Thomas De Baets; Room: Concert Hall

9:50 - 10:00

Break (10 min.)

Parallel Sessions

PP - Practice Papers; RP - Research Papers; W - Workshop; S - Symposium

Room: 209

Chair: Rūta Kanteruka

Room: Assembly Hall

Chair: Lorraine O´Connell

Room: Workshop Room

Chair: Arta Jurgenovska

10:00 - 10:30

PP

Between the Worlds -

A Music Education Project with Adolescents in a psychiatric Ward

N. Hadji (DE)

W

Rhythm and Sound Games for Musical Comprehensen in Rhythmic/Eurithmic View

G. Pētersone (LV)

W

From learning music to lifelong learning. Perspectives on forming and developing habits of mind through playing,singing and dancing.

H. Havelkova (CZ)

10:35 - 11:05

RP

Music Education as a Means for Acquiring Spiritual Qualities

E. Corakli (TR)

11:10 - 11:40

PP

40 Years in music education. A way to success

A. Celms (LV)

11:40 - 12:00

Break (20 min)

12:00 - 12:45

Closing Ceremony  

Room: Concert Hall

Concert & Reception

Closing Speeches and Reflective Statements

Gerhard Sammer (EAS President)

Short Statements by conference delegates

Rūta Kanteruka (Chair of the Conference Team)

Presentation of EAS Conference 2019 in Malmö (Sweden)

Anna Houmann & Tommy Lindskog (Chair of Organizing Committee)

Music by Jelgava Kokle* Ensemble “Zelta stīdziņas” (leader Biruta Deruma)

* Kokle - Latvian traditional string instrument, similar to Finnish’ Kantele