Registration EAS2019 open now!

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Malmö is ready to welcome you! Registration is now open to the 27th EAS Conference/7th European ISME Regional Conference, Malmö, Sweden, May 15-18, 2019. Join us for a dynamic, vibrating, rich event, featuring a broad selection of practice and research sessions with increased and enhanced opportunities for networking.

Early bird registration and payment is open until February 15 with a conference fee of 170 EUR. For late registration and payment (starting February 16) the conference fee is 200 EUR. Registration closes May 1 and no on-site registration will be possible.

Open Call for EAS National Coordinators

The EAS announces an open call, among its members, for the positions of the National Coordinator, for the year 2019, for the following countries (applications till 13th of December 2018):

  • Azerbaijan
  • Bosnia
  • Bulgaria
  • Germany
  • Denmark
  • Georgia
  • Iceland
  • Malta
  • Romania
  • Russia
  • Slovakia

 

EAS National Coordinator: Role Description and responsibilities

The ‘National Coordinators’ (NCs) represent the EAS at national level. They support music education activities and initiatives in their countries and they communicate these activities at the European level. They may cooperate in this with other representatives of the EAS, primarily with the EAS board members and with the NCs of the other countries.

The NCs should in principle be able

  • to join the annual conferences
  • to attend the annual NC-meetings prior to the conferences and report on national developments
  • to present in the NC-Symposia during conferences
  • to contribute to the website and sometimes to international projects.
  • to endeavor to build close cooperation with national and regional music education and music teachers’ associations in their countries.
  • to distribute the nomination for the annual Student Fora (Student Forum and Doctoral Student Forum) and nominate, activate participants from her/his country involving a broad range of colleagues and institutions.

 

Applications till 13th of December 2018

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Open Call for Position of 2nd Staff Member of the EAS Doctoral Student Forum (DSF)

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The position of the 2nd Staff Member for the DSF is available for the period 2019-2023 (work relating to the EAS conferences of 2020 to 2023). The person selected will be expected to work with Isolde Malmberg (DE) then take on the DSF Lead position for the conferences of 2022 & 2023.

Role Descriptor

See separate document: EAS DSF Staff Profiles. Please read carefully before making an application.

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EAS2019: Submission deadline is November 1, 2018

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The submission deadline for the 27th EAS Conference/7th European ISME Regional Conference is just around the corner. The Call for Submissions is available on the EAS website. The conference theme is: “The School I’d Like” – Music Education meeting the needs of the children and young people today

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EAS2019 Call for Submissions – Now Available

webaccThe 27th EAS Conference/7th European ISME Regional Conference will be held in Malmö, Sweden, May 15-18, 2019. The conference theme is “The School I’d Like” – Music Education meeting the needs of the children and young people today

 

 

Call for Submissions

Please find all information about the Call for Submissions on our website. The submission portal opened July 15 and will be open till November 1, 2018. We warmly invite you to submit a paper or a session submission that best aligns with your practice or research interest. Read more about the submission process in the Submission Guidelines. All information is available on the Conference website.

Tell us about the music education you would like!

EAS, EMU & AEC: New Memorandum of Agreement signed for 2018-2021

IMG_7160AEC, EAS and EMU have a good history of cooperation: through the Music Education working group of the European Music Council (EMC); in the development of Learning Outcomes and Quality standards for both musical performance and music pedagogy; in work on pre-college music education (within the AEC ‘Polifonia’ and ‘Full Score’ projects); in joint policy statements and in the organisation of joint events.
The recently at the EAS conference in Latvia (March 2018) signed agreement is an important step to continue this successfull cooperation and includes mutual exchange and support of activities, cooperations in new project activitites and invitations and presentations at each others annual events.
The regular contact already established and based on series of high-level joint meetings designed to deepen mutual understanding, reinforce knowledge management and cooperative expertise between the three organisations should be continued and reinforced. This includes regular exchange within the “Steering Committee for the Harmonisation of European Music Education (SCHEME), which involves representatives of all three associations.