UK-based York St. John University International Centre for Community Music (ICCM) and the Laurier Centre for Music in the Community (LCMC) invite you for a weekend conference exploring perspectives on the impact of music in a variety of community sectors at the International Community Music Conference.
Attention Music School Studio Teachers and Administration
Symposium sessions will be offered on modern technology in teaching, changing demographics, reinvigoration of traditional methods and non-traditional practices.
To follow with live music at Veritas courtesy of Guelph Youth Jazz Ensembles.
|David Myers||Complex Opportunities: Embracing Intersections Among Music, Meaning, and Well-Being in Intentionally Inclusive Communities||A220|
|Amy Clement-Cortes||The Artful Wellness Project: Chamber Music in Unlikely Community Settings||A220|
|Kathy Armstrong||Drumming Up Health!||A220|
|Elizabeth Mitchell||Musical Identities, Personal Identities: Performance for Children with Exceptionalities||A221|
|Joyce Yip||Effectiveness of Community Music Facilitation for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Special-Education Classrooms||A221|
|Bev Foster||Locating Music's Role in Caring Communities: Introducing the Ten Domains of Music Care Framework||A221|
|Peter Nikiforuk||Mennonite Mass Choir: 50 years of Community Music in Practice||A222|
|Jim Seaborn||Church Choirs: What makes them distinctive? Applications to Community Music||A222|
|Christopher Cayari and David Wesley François||Virtual Collective Music Communities on YouTube||A222|
|Sharon Johnson||Huron Harp School||A224|
|Sarah Morrison and Charlene Pauls||All Voices Together: Exploring Youth Self-Expression and Inclusion in Community Singing||A224|
|Elisha Jo||The effect of a community program on older adults' quality of life and well-being: Canada Enoch Senior's College (CESC) for Korean immigrant seniors||A224|
|Amy Clements-Cortes||Why Aren’t there more Choirs Like This? Choral Singing with Older Adults Diagnosed with Dementia||A220|
|Heidi Ahonen||Processing Refugee Journey and Promoting Self-Healing with Music and Art||A220|
|Sarah Pearson||Changing the Culture of Care with Music: A Model for Training Music Care Advocates||A220|
|Gena Greher||Music Technology As An Intuitive and Inclusive Pathway to Musical Thinking, Learning, and Doing||A221|
|Sarah Morrison||The ‘Voices for Change’ Program: Creating Collaborative Communities through Music||A221|
|Lucas Tensen||Contemplative Chants: Merging Ancient Traditions into a Contemporary Form of Prayer and Healing||A221|
|Carolyn Arnason||Artful Wellness: An Arts-Based Research Methodology for the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music||A222|
|Jashen Zullo and Justin Edwards||Composing Within the Confines of a Juvenile Youth Detention Center||A222|
|Pete Moser||Creative Community Composition||A222|
|Ruth Currie||Before you bridge, you must support: Creating a learning community through practice sharing as early-career researchers||A224|
|Lindsey Castellano||Musical Opportunities for the Underserved: Providing an engaging and inclusive musical learning space for urban homeless communities||A224|
|Soyeon Kang||Reframing Musical Learning Contexts as a Community of Practice in Higher Music Education||A224|
Join us for the Lee Willingham and Lee Higgin's book signing event at 6 p.m. at Veritas.
Dinner must be pre-purchased during registration.
Featuring an Open Mic and Cash Bar at Wilf's Pub.
The Role of Community Music in the Revitalisation of Indigenous Languages in Canada
|Glenn Marais||Spirit of the North: The songs, hopes and dreams of First Nations Youth||A221|
|Niki Kazemzadeh||Connecting with and honouring the Indigenous community through music education||A221|
|Dinuk Wijeratne (Special Guest)||Music And Metaphor||A431|
|Danielle Sirek||Carnival as a site of diverse community music practices in Grenada, West Indies||A220|
|Karen Cyrus||Participatory Music in Disadvantaged Situations: Metaphors and Methods||A220|
|Liz Parker-Cook||How can Music Educators adapt Community Music Values to Address Gender Issues in Music Education||A220|
|Jamie Arrowsmith||A Sound Education: Promoting Individual and Collective Musicality Through Directed Improvisation||A221|
|Mariette Stephenson||Move over Jimi Hendrix! Guitar Orchestras: an exciting alternative in Music Education||A221|
|Diana Dumlavwalla||Tracking a Transformative Experience: Impressions of Students and Teachers in an Adult Group Piano Class||A221|
|Annie Mitchell||And the melody stills lingers on: Building social, cultural and educational capital through community music participation||A222|
|Bernard Szeto||Connecting ideas to practice: the influence of Community Music in the development of a recent graduate’s philosophy of music education in a private studio setting||A222|
|Antonella Coppi and Johann van der Sandt||Musica per tutti - The manifestation of Community Music in Italy with perspectives on El Sistema and group singing||A222|
|Dave Camlin||Sustaining a 'Portfolio' Career in Music||A224|
|Dave Camlin||Music In Three Dimensions||A224|
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