The Helen Carswell Chair in Community Engaged Research in the Arts presents a Community Music Symposium: "Inclusive Music Making with Creative Ensembles". Over two days, we will lead discussions with our keynote guest speaker, Dr. Phil Mullen, our Helen Carswell researchers, Pratik Gandhi and Patty Chan, and the Regent Park School of Music.
Thursday, Feb. 17:
9am: What is community music?
10am: Creative ensemble workshop
12:30pm: Role modelling, Representation and Community Bands
1:30pm: Making Music with Children and Young People with Challenging Behaviour
4pm: Cultural Connections Through Music
Friday, Feb. 18
10:30am: Strategic approaches to inclusion and community music (access this session using other link here: https://yorku.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0rf-uurjIqGdc1YODqfYMpTf4s6IvKg2RS)
1:30pm: Inclusive music pedagogy (access this session using other link here: https://yorku.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0pd-urpzIjE9WK1fPBUIQn248ePwGIRCnU)
2:30: Inclusive music-making and creative starting points (access this session using other link here: https://yorku.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0pd-urpzIjE9WK1fPBUIQn248ePwGIRCnU)
4pm: Virtual Performances by the Regent Park School of Music
All events are open to the public so you are welcome to join us virtually, free of charge for any or all of our workshops, presentations and panels.
** Your registration here admits you to all workshops on Thursday, Feb. 17 as well as the RPSM performance @ 4pm on Feb. 18. Please see the links above to register for the other sessions on Feb. 18.
Visit our website for more information at: https://helencarswell.ampd.yorku.ca/events.
Event organizers: Dr. Amy Hillis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Hosted by the Helen Carswell Chair in Community Engaged Research in the Arts