Leadership & Facilitation in CM Contexts
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

A central theme in Community Music is active music making, including performing, creating, and improvising. All genres and diversities of music may be involved and they may be part of cultural and arts events, linked with celebrations, ceremonies, rituals, play, education, social activism, health and wellbeing or life passages. Workshops are designed to address specific groups or audiences and include such topics as class music making, spontaneous group composing, music and special needs, the role of the community music facilitator in the school classroom, instrument making, community music in world contexts and more. Students begin their planning for 4th year creative and capstone projects.

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