Having identified the objectives of music education, what does that mean for the curriculum? What should we actually teach, in the classroom, in instrument lessons, at college and university, and for students seeking formal qualifications? Do we need a wider definition of music making? Do we need a much wider definition of music making? And if so, how can the music community and the music industry help teachers and schools offer their students that more widely defined music curriculum?
With Ally Daubney from University Of Sussex; Dan Francis from RSL Awards; Marie Bessant from OCR; and Max Wheeler from Charanga.
This session is part of The CMU+TGE Music Education Conference.