Friday, 3 March 2017
Jazz North Education Conference, March 21st
Jazz North is to run a one day conference on jazz education at the Carriageworks in Leeds on March 21st. The day is entitled Improvisation: catalyst for learning and child development.
The day will feature presentations by a number of speakers and is open to anyone involved in music education, be it as a freelance educator, school teacher, MD or anything else! There are a limited number of travel bursaries available to support those travelling from further afield.
For those unable to attend, the event will be streamed through Facebook Live.
A list of the speakers and presentations are listed below. For more information, see the Jazz North website.
Presentations include -
How the brain responds and learns from Improvisation (Dr Graeme Wilson, Edinburgh University)
Helping people from challenging backgrounds develop musical, technical and performance skills (Dr Enrico Bertelli, Conductive Music)
Improvisation for young children and toddlers (Una McGlone)
Practical approaches for introducing improvisation in the classroom and beyond (Dave Evans)
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