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Defining music literacy in the UK today: conversations and reflections on what it is and how it may be taught and supported.

  • 23rd May 2020 - 23rd May 2020
  • 10am-4.30pm
  • Senate House, University of London, Malet St, London WC1E 7HU

The aim of this highly interactive Study Day is to create (and capture) conversations and reflections on the teaching of music literacy in schools, sixth forms, colleges and universities today in the UK, with a focus on the English system. With the permission of delegates, the anonymous discussion points will form part of the data for the Music Literacy Project: “Questioning the gap: defining a role for the SMA in preparing students for music degrees in higher education today.”

It is intended for music teachers (school, college, university, peripatetic, private), as well as music students (sixth form, undergraduate or postgraduate).

Attend this event

Registration is open until the 31st March.  There is a modest fee to cover conference costs of £25 for delegates. 60 places are available.

Please address any queries about the conference to Hilary.

mcqueenSMA@gmail.com

and about registration to Olly

oliverllchandler@googlemail.com

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