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AEC Programme Friday

erstellt am 09. November 2018

45th AEC ANNUAL CONGRESS and GENERAL ASSEMBLY; 8-10 November 2018; University of Music and Performing Arts Graz; “Strengthening Music in Society”

Friday 9 November

 

Philip Sparke: Variations on an enigma
(*1951)
Austrian Brass Band der Kunstuniversität Graz
Dirigent: Stefan KARNER

 

09:30 – 10:15
Plenary Session II Music Introduction
Introduction to the Day by Eirik Birkeland, AEC President

Panel Discussion moderated by the journalist and political correspondent David Davin Power with Herwig Hösele (Former President of the Austrian Federal Council and Secretary General of the Austrian Future Fund), Carole Tongue (former MoEP, president of CEDC), Emily Achieng' Akuno (IMC),  Maria Hansen (ELIA),  Stefan Gies (AEC), Ankna Arockiam (AEC student representative)


 

10:25 – 11:15
Parallel Sessions IA - Strengthening Higher Music Education in Society

1 - Knowledge Based Teaching: the role of Artistic Practice and Research as fundamental to Higher Music Education, panel discussion with Ursula Brandstätter, Anton Bruckner Private University, Linz, Austria, Stepher Broad, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, UK,  Nikos Tsouchlos, Athens Conservatoire, Greece, Rui Penha, ESMAE Porto, Portugal, Johannes Meissl, MDW Vienna, Austria, moderated by Eirik Birkeland, AEC President
2 -  Change management: deciding, acting, sharing, chaired by Pascale de Groote, Royal Conservatoire Antwerp, Belgium
3 – The latest developments in quality assurance in Europe, and what these mean for conservatoires - a session prepared by MusiQuE, by Martin Prchal Royal Conservatoire The Hague and Chair of the Board of MusiQuE and Linda Messas, Director of MusiQuE



11:20 – 12:10 

Parallel Sessions IB - Strengthening Higher Music Education in Society

4 – Global Strand – beyond Europe: How is Higher Music Education evolving outside Europe to strengthen music in society? How does the current European conservatory world look from the outside in this regard? Panel discussion with Sue Haug (USA), Emily Achieng Akuno (Kenya), He Wei (China), Ramiro Noriega (Ecuador), Jenny Ang Cheng Ling (Singapore), moderated by Bernard Lanskey (Australia)
5 - Power relations in the one to one teaching model,  panel discussion with Robert Heimann, former chairmain of the committee on Equal Opportunity Officer at KUG,  members of the AEC Students Working Group, David-Emil Wickström, Chair of the SMS WG Diversity, Identity, Inclusiveness, chaired by Deborah Kelleher, Royal Irish Academy of Music, Dublin, Ireland.
6 – INTERMUSIC: a New Approach to Music Distance Learning, Performance and Research, with Roberto De Thierry, Conservatorio di Musica di Milano, Mantautas Krukauskas, Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre Vilnius, Marianne Løkke Jakobsen, Royal Academy of Music, Copenhagen and with the participation of the SWING project representatives, moderated by Luc Nijs, Chair of the SMS WG on Digitization.


 

12:40 – 13:30
Parallel Sessions II - Strengthening Society through Music

1 – Music in Society: "What is symphony orchestras’ societal responsibility, how can symphony orchestras reach out to new audiences, and which competencies will tomorrow´s orchestra musicians need?”, panel discussion with Arild Erikstad, NRK and IMZ, Jane Williams, LSO and Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Jennifer Dautermann, Classical:NEXT, Peter Maniura,  BBC and IMZ Academy chaired by Eirik Birkeland, AEC President
2 – Musicianship Beyond Music: Cross-Art Collaboration in Higher Arts Education – The NAIP Project with Krista de Wit, Prince Claus Conservatoire, Groningen, Wilhelm Carlsson, Stockholm University of the Arts, and Thora Einarsdottir, Iceland Academy of the Arts
3 – Kodály HUB: Sing. Learn. Share. with Susanne Konings, Royal Conservatoire The Hague, Lucinda Geoghegan, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Glasgow and László Nemes, Liszt Academy of Music Budapest
4 – Becoming Public: Artistic Citizenship and Community Music, by Constanze Wimmer, Bruckneruniversität Linz
5 - Popular Music as a Medium for the Mainstreaming of Populist Ideologies in Europe, presentation by André Doehring, University of Music and Performing Arts Graz 
6 – Music for All: Including Disability by Anna Benedikt, University of Music and Performing Arts Graz


 

14:30 – 14:45
Plenary Session III

György Ligeti Hall
News and messages to the Directors from the International Relations Coordinators Working Group



14:45 – 15:00
Plenary Session IV

György Ligeti Hall
News and messages to the Directors from the AEC Student Working Group



15:05 – 15:30, 15:35 – 16:00, 16:05 – 16:30

Parallel Sessions III - SMS Project Strands Snapshots

1 – Music in Society [MUMUTH, György Ligeti Hall]
2 – Diversity, Identity and Inclusiveness [MUMUTH, Studiobühne]
3 – Entrepreneurship [MUMUTH, Proberaum]
4 – International Relations [Palais Meran, Florentinersaal]
5 – Learning and Teaching [Palais Meran, Kleiner Saal]
6 – Digitisation [Theater im Palais​, Probebühne]
7 – Early Childhood Music Education [Palais Meran, PM10, ground floor]
8 - Students [Palais Meran, PM24]



17:00 – 18:30
Regional Meetings with Council Members


Janek Gwizdala / Oli Rockberger: Groove Piece
(Arrangement Anna Keller)

Stephanie SCHOISWOHL – Sopransaxophon
Anna KELLER – Altsaxophon
Katharina MAIER – Altsaxophon
Sara HOFFER – Tenorsaxophon
Florian BAUER – Baritonsaxophon


 
18:30 – 19:00
Wrap up

György Ligeti Hall
Representative of European Commission or Parliament



FOR REGISTERED PARTICIPANTS ONLY

 


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