The STMI symposia series assumes the general principle of the influence of education in shaping personalities and aesthetic values. Thus, the relevance of these symposia lay exactly on the visible gap between the overall processes of teaching art and artistic production of today’s society. An obvious example of this is music itself, and in particular instrument education. Today, in the teaching processes of many music instruments, we still use techniques, methods and repertoire of over a century ago. In line of this, it is ‘forgotten’ almost all music production of the 20th century, as a well as not considering the present or envisage future instrument teaching. In order to contextualize these issues, and contribute to outline an instrument teaching panorama for the future, the V STMI aggregated research and discussed issues of music instrument teaching, covering three broad chronological periods: (1) an overview of the past; (2) the present; and (3) the future. Considering its international stance, V STMI had as keynote speaker Professor Jane Ginsborg of the Royal Northern College of Music in the UK, with a lecture entitled “Better Practice: Health promotion for music performance students”.
|Place of Publication||Goiânia|
|Number of pages||37|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
- Ensino do Instrumento Musical
- Música e Musicologia
- Teoria da Música