20.07.2012 | Seminar - From Seoul via Bonn to Budapest – Development Goals for European Music Education: Access, Quality and Social Challenge. This seminar will take place from 18 to 20 October 2012. Deadline for registration is the 15 September.
The European Music School Union (EMU), in partnership with the European Music Council (EMC) and with participation of the Association Européenne des Conservatoires (AEC), cordially invites you to the seminar on music education entitled 2From Seoul via Bonn to Budapest – Development Goals for European Music Education2, which will take place from 18 to 20 October 2012 in the Palace of Arts in Budapest, Hungary.
The organisators would like to express their sincere thanks to the Palace of Arts for the valuable co-operation.
In this seminar, major European music organizations wish to bring together a large representation of the European music education sector for a follow-up of the issues raised by the publications of UNESCO’s Seoul Agenda and EMC’s Bonn Declaration. The aim is to join our forces and enhance the dialogue between different levels and areas of music education in order to pursue the translation of the three goals set in these documents, Access, Quality and Social Challenges, into strategies, recommendations and real actions. Some of those are common to the whole music education sector in Europe, whereas others diverge according to the organizations and educational settings.
This is why the programme of the seminar offers the possibility to hold both parallel and plenary meetings in the wonderful premises of the Palace of Arts close to the Danube, reserved for three full days. Another added value of this seminar will be the active presence of the Working Group Youth of the EMC, monitoring the whole meeting and giving the final Wrap-up session.
Upon registration you will receive practical information and the detailed programme at the end of September.
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