Learning Itineraries & Transnational Relations Initiating the Hot Clube de Portugal’s Jazz School

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Abstract

The jazz field in Portugal was marked by an event with wide implications during the turn to the 1980’s: the creation of the Hot Clube de Portugal’s School of Jazz. Through the activity of this school, it was established an autonomous form of jazz teaching, provided with its own curricular programs, teachers and with
learning methods based on concepts and values which the agents held as being representative of this musical expression. The intent of this paper is to analyse the ways in which the mobility of musicians (and other agents) and their interactions in a variety of situations contributed the development of jazz education models in Portugal, specifically in the case of Hot Clube de Portugal’s School of Jazz. It will be considered the interactions between agents with different geographical backgrounds, the contact among institutions and the
circulation of products related to jazz.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMusic and Human Mobility
Subtitle of host publicationRedefining Community in Intercultural Context
EditorsMaria de São José Côrte-Real, Pedro Moreira, Adrian Lesenciuc
Place of PublicationBrasov
Publisher‘Henri Coanda’ Air Force Academy Publishing House
Pages145-150
Number of pages6
Volume5
ISBN (Electronic)2285-2689
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Keywords

  • Jazz
  • Hot Clube de Portugal
  • Jazz education

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