Tous musiciens : vers un enseignement musical pour tous!
The conference entitled "Tous musiciens : vers un enseignement musical pour tous! " will take place online on 14 December 2020 at 19:00.
How can we facilitate the access to musical practices for people with special needs and what are the Luxembourg initiatives to involve everyone in musical education?
Two speakers from the world of music education will present their views: Magali Viallefond, President of the association "Musique et Situations d'Handicap" and Jenny Spielmann, music educator and music teacher for children with special needs.
The speeches will be given in French and German.
More information on the content of the conference will follow shortly.
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Musek am Autismus Spektrum
The conference entitled "Musek am Autismus Spektrum" will be held online on 19 October 2020 at 19:00.
What positive effects does music have on autistic children? How can the impact of music be measured and how can music be used in activities to strengthen social relationships for children on the spectrum of autism?
The conference in English and German will bring together 2 speakers from the scientific and musical community: Dr. Megha Sharda, Ph.D. and Christine Kristmann, music educator.
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Musek kennt keen Handicap !
The conference entitled "Musek kennt keen Handicap!" will take place on 14 October 2019 at 7pm at the Philharmonie Luxembourg.
The conference in English and Luxembourgish brings together 2 speakers from musictherapy and music industry: Lisa Tregale, Head of Participate of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and Martine Wallenborn, music-therapist.
The moderation of the evening will be ensured by radio 100,7.
Demenz und Musik : Lebensqualität erhalten und fördern
The conference "Demenz und Musik: Lebensqualität erhalten und fördern" took place on 6 May 2019 at 19:00 at the Philharmonie Luxembourg.
The conference in german and english brought together two speakers from the fields of music education and musicology: Prof. Dr. Theo Hartogh (https://www.nar.uni-heidelberg.de/service/int_j_hartogh.html) and Hanne Deneire (https://musicanddementia.info/homepage-music-dementia ).
Influences of musical projects in psychiatric youth therapy
The first conference entitled "Influences of musical projects in psychiatric youth therapy", took place on 24 October 2018 at 7pm at the Philharmonie Luxembourg.
Since 2016, the Fondation EME in collaboration with the Juvenile Psychiatry of the Hôpitaux Robert Schuman and the Rocklab of the Rockhal have been proposing the project "Looss alles eraus". During a series of rap and dance workshops, twenty youngsters, supervised by rapper David Galassi and dancer Sylvia Camarda, have the opportunity to express themselves freely through dance and rap. Giving free rein to their creativity, overcoming their fears and gaining self-confidence are just some of the side effects of "Looss alles eraus".
The conference brought together 3 speakers from the scientific and musical community in Luxembourg and abroad:
Dr. Med. Salima Aarab (Specialist in child psychiatry), Marlene Rauch (Master in musical mediation) and Nazfar Hadji (Doctoral student in instrumental pedagogy). You will find the program at the bottom. Moderation was by Sarah Bergdoll and a debate followed the three speeches.