Connections and Communication in Instrumental and Vocal Teaching

The University of York Music Department is delighted to host its second Music Education conference: 

‘Connections and Communication in Instrumental and Vocal Teaching’.

This event will bring together teachers, researchers, and performers to explore connections and communication in instrumental and vocal music teaching. This topic can be approached in numerous ways and we welcome submissions from students and professionals who have related views and experience. There will be a balance of practical and theoretical submissions across the two days and we are keen to support early career professionals as well as students, independent scholars and music teachers.

The conference will take place on Tuesday 26th June and Wednesday 27th June 2018 in The Rymer Auditorium at the University of York (see travel information page for further details on the venue and access).

The event is organised by staff and students on the MA in Music Education: Instrumental and Vocal Teaching, at the University of York.


Call for Papers

Please send your proposal to mecy-18@york.ac.uk  by 18.00 on 16th May 2018.

The conference topic is intentionally broad to encourage submissions from a range of perspectives. To facilitate this, four session types will be considered: 20-minute spoken presentations, poster presentations, 40-minute practical sessions, and 60-minute ‘diverse format’ sessions.

For information on submission guidelines go to our website.


For further information please contact:

FAO: Dr. E Haddon

Music Department,
University of York,
Heslington,
York YO10 5DD,

email: mecy-18@york.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0)1904 324564,

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