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2016: Vol. V – Re-Thinking the Dialogue

Re-Thinking the Dialogue in music education

Music education in schools – that is the topic the fifth edition of “The Art of Music Education” deliberately focuses on. This aspect is crucial for turning education efforts into successful and sustainable endeavours, yet, it is seldom in the limelight. In striving to usher young people into the world of music, schools and cultural institutions are indispensable partners. However, this connection is not necessarily a matter of course. More often than not, it depends on the dedication of individuals, and quite promising ideas time and again fail due to varying structures.

We are just one year away from the Elbphilarmonie opening its doors to a music hall ready to set new standards in the field of music education. The organizers of the “The Art of Music Education” would like to take this opportunity for a caesura and ask what has come of two decades of music education in and with schools? What can be improved, what must be improved? Which utopian dreams can transcend and remove confines and borders, which daring ideas show the way? During three congress days teachers, educators, artists and music educators will engage in intensive exchanges, which are meant to lead to manifold perspective changes and finally to new courses of action in practice. Being true to the title “Re-Thinking the Dialogue”, we are providing for rather unconventional forms of interactions that will enable all participants to contribute to this re-launch.

The ideas generated during the symposium will be taken up by a group of experts, and together with politicians they will frame concrete first steps for further developing music education in Hamburg’s schools. By this means, the newly won insights will form the basis for practical concepts, which in turn will contribute to the symposium extending far beyond the event itself.

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Players 2016


Video documentation 2016

Gallery 2016


Wednesday, 03.02.2016

Experience Music! Trio Catch & Klangspuren SCHWAZ Lautstark/Lautstärker

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Kai-Michael Hartig, Körber-Foundation Head of Department Culture

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Nis Nöhring (music teacher, Hamburg)

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Klaus Zierer, Educationalist

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Yaron Herman, Jazz-Pianst (ISR)

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Senator Ties Rabe (Ministry of education and vocational education Hamburg)

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Anja Paehlke, Member of the Board, Körber-Stiftung

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Panel discussion

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Andrea Thilo, Master of Ceremony

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Conference Binder

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Christoph Lieben-Seutter (General & Artistic Director Elbphilharmonie and Laeiszhalle, President of the European Concert Hall Organisation)

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Thursday, 04.02.2016

Experience Music! With the Ensemble Resonanz

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Ceren Oran Soundpainting

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Exercise Paul Collard

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Theater Hagen/Oberlinschule, Carla Klimke, Klaudia König-Bullerjahn, Werner Hahn

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Ensemble ACJW/Carnegie Hall Academy (USA), Amy Rhodes & Deanna Kennett

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resonanzraum

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Paul Collard

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Groupdiscussion

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DigiEnsemble

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Friday, 05.02.2016

Operndorf Burkina Faso, Amelie Deuflhard

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Last question

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Biophilia Educational Project (ISL)

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