Curating the Connections: Recent Curriculum Approaches at Higher Music Institutions : Student Contributions

26August 2021

14:30 - 17:00 hrs (GMT+7)

Host
Kathryn Cok
Head of Master Research
Royal Conservatoire The Hague

Presenters
Renee Jonker
Irma Kort
Noppakorn Auesirinucroch

Alessandra Di Gennaro

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What is the Word When Musicians Speak (20’)

By Renee Jonker

 

How Can Autonomy and Active Learning Be Stimulated in a Blended Oboe Class Program? (20’)

By Irma Kort 


Introduction and discussion moderator (10')


Student Contributions

The world is changing and the demands being made on musicians and music students are growing all the time. They are not only expected to deliver excellent artistic products, they must also be capable of reflecting and innovating. In addition to education and production, therefore, the third pillar of the Royal Conservatoire’s activities is research. The research component in the educational programs focuses on the student’s artistic and intellectual development. Two recently graduated Masters students, Noppakorn Auesirinucroch and Alessandra Di Gennaro will contribute to the theme of the PGVIM conference, Traditions in Transition via their own, recently completed Master research projects. A Q&A will follow and discussion is welcome.


Innovative Practice of Enhancing Musical Perceptions (2021) (15’)

By Noppakorn Auesirinucroch

 

Piano Four-Hands, "Once Again" (2021) (15’)

By Alessandra Di Gennaro