Music in Three Dimensions and the Pillars of Groove
Participatory Music Making in Theory and Practice
17. März 2017 – 9h30 bis 16h30
Workshop with Dave Camlin
THE VENUE WILL BE IN MUNICH. DETAILS WILL BE POSTED SHORTLY.
(The workshop will be held in English).
9h30 – 10h00 – Arrival
10h00 – 11h15 – Introduction
In the introductory presentation Dave Camlin will provide an overview of his work, the work of Sage Gateshead and the music in three dimensions model. He will include some reference to the ways in which a dialogic perspective helps to resolve some of the dichotomies which have historically caused tensions within music and music education.
11h30 – 12h15 – Practical workshop
The practical workshop will explore the ‘music in three dimensions’ model as reflective tool for promoting dialogue, using each ‘dimension’ as a physical point in the room, with participants aligning themselves within it and discussing their perspectives as they navigate their way across it.
13h30 – 15h00 – Practical music-making session
This session will use ‘pillars of groove’ as a way of facilitating participatory music starting with voices and moving on to instruments if appropriate.
15h15 – 16h30 – Plenary
Participants are invited to bring instruments and / or to actively sing along in the practical music-making session.
Dave Camlin is singer, songwriter, composer, teacher and researcher. Since 2010 he is Head of Higher Education and Research at Sage Gateshead, Newcastle. In his research he explores the extra-musical (psychological, neurological, social, …) benefits of musicking (Small 1993); how opportunities for music-making can be created for everyone; what constitutes ‚quality‘ in music; how dialogic pedagogy can help to understand participatory arts practice; and the value of Dialogic Space in music and learning.
Anmeldung bei der Projektkoordinatorin Marie Karaisl unter firstname.lastname@example.org oder unter Kontakt.
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