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AM21 | Session 10: Music Education: The Intertwining of Educational Disruption and Music Disruption

April 22 @ 8:35 am - 9:05 am PDT

Frank Heuser

Frank Heuser

Professor, Music Education, UCLA Alpert School of Music, Los Angeles, CA, USA

Michelle Rocqet

Michelle Rocqet

Teaching Artist, Youth On Record; Denver, CO, USA

Kelsey Smith

Kelsey Smith

Programs Director, Young Musicians Foundation, Los Angeles, CA, USA

Richard Niles

Richard Niles

Composer, ASMAC; Producer, Arranger, Conductor, Music Director, Orange County, CA, USA

Akira Nakano

Akira Nakano

President, CEO, & Artistic Director, LA Inception Orchestra, Los Angeles, CA USA

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Music Education –

The Intertwining of Educational Disruption and Music Disruption

8:35 am PDT / 9:35 am MDT / 10:35 am CDT / 11:35 am EDT 

Last Spring, music education around the world suddenly went remote — or was severely disrupted at the very least. Many schools and educators pivoted and transformed how they taught music. Community education organizations already had pivoted in some cases and became global instead of just serving their local communities. Performers became online educators around the world, opening new doors and relationships. Will this continue in 2021? Will this five-years-of-change-in-one stick or transform expectations and global connections?

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Date:
April 22
Time:
8:35 am - 9:05 am PDT
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