Music is What People do 2020 – Call for Contributions (CfC) Digital Concert Format
The 28th EAS/8th ISME European Regional Online Conference hosted by Freiburg, Germany is designed to bring together current achievements in music education. In times of new challenges, this also means to present inspirational examples of what people do music-wise in this special year 2020.
For in 2020, still, music is what people do! So, what do they do in a situation where face-to-face interaction is not be possible? What kinds of musical interactions do take place and what inspirations arise? To inspire and connect a multitude of sounding best practice examples, we include a digital concert format in the conference. We would like to feature music as something that people do – even if they cannot do it the “usual” way.
Present your project to the EAS-public and inspire other creatives throughout Europe! We encourage all musicians, students and teachers to submit their way of “doing music” these days in the form of a short film, music track or video clip. This must reach us by 15th December 2020. We invite contributions presenting analogue & digital music-making as well as face-to-face settings under corona-conditions – in synchronous as well as asynchronous formats. All accepted contributions will be presented in a digital concert format during the conference.
To make sure that your submissions are received, please submit as early as possible. Please check the descriptions below for more details concerning upload and presentation format.
Any questions you may have please contact email@example.com.
Looking forward to seeing (and listening to) you!
The Freiburg conference team
Call for Contributions Guidelines
- Click here to use our Conference Platform for Submission
- Please submit your contribution by sending us a download link
- Please add a title and a short description (max. 300 words) about the idea, background and/ or making-off. Additionally, you may also comment directly in your video clip if you wish (short documentary)