In the past 45 years, the value of large performance ensembles has increasingly come under attack in music education as narrow in purpose, non-inclusive, autocratic, and formal. Research of conducting instead evidences a healthy range of democratic, informal, collaboratively-interdependent, and musician-independent purposes, settings, pedagogical methods, and ‘school of thought’ perspectives.
|State||Published - Jan 2016|
|Event||Michigan Music Conference Research Symposium - Grand Rapids, MI|
Duration: Jan 1 2016 → Jan 31 2016
|Conference||Michigan Music Conference Research Symposium|
|Period||01/1/16 → 01/31/16|