The following researchers will hold the keynote speeches at the EAS Conference in Belgrade in May 2022:Continue reading
The EAS announces an open call for applications to host an “EAS Regional Event” in 2022. The EAS wants to support events connected to ‘Music in Schools’ in different European regions, which aim to reach out to a broader European community of music educators. Also online-events can be considered!Continue reading
29th EAS Conference in Belgrade, Serbia
May 18-21, 2022
Link to conference platform & registration: ConfTool EAS 2022
Conference theme: Music and meaning
Host: Faculty of Music, University of Arts Belgrade, Serbia
Conference venues: Kolarac People’s University Building & Faculty of Music, Belgrade, Serbia and ONLINE (a hybrid conference)
Please don’t submit any more papers, the call is closed since November 22nd.Continue reading
The EAS sent out a Call for “Regional Events 2021” and Sabina Vidulin applied with her “Seventh international Symposium of Music Pedagogues” which is organized by the Academy of Music in Pula and will be held from May 13 to May 15 2021 for the first time online. The EAS is supporting this symposium and acknowlegdes the great organisational work behind this event.
The symposium has the topic: Multidisciplinary Crossroads: Researches in Music Education
Welcome to the conference week! Today was the start of the two #YoungEAS Online Fora: Doctoral Student Forum (DSF) and Student Forum (SF). Two groups of highly motivated students who work together in multiple sessions. Andreas Lehmann-Wermser and Olle Zanden welcomed the PhD students for the DSF and challenged them with an elevator pitch about their research topics. Bernd Clausen, Diletta Bibbò and Lena Widdermann together with EAS Board representative Andreas Bernhofer organized different interactive sessions as well as a marvelous workshop with Julian Knörzer.Don’t miss the YoungEAS sessions at the EAS Conference on Thursday morning and see what the students’ voice want to tell you…
One position of the Staff Members for the EAS Student Forum is available (=SF Lead from 2022). This is usually for a period of 4 years. The person selected will prepare (with support from EAS Board Member Andreas Bernhofer and two Student Board Members) the Student Forums 2022-2025.Continue reading
The EAS announces an open call, among its members, for the positions of the National Coordinator, for the year 2021, for the following countries (applications by 1st of March 2021): Slovenia, Latvia, Belgium, Norway, Sweden, Netherlands.Continue reading
The EAS announces an open call for applications to host an “EAS Regional Event” in 2021. The EAS wants to support events connected to ‘Music in Schools’ in different European regions, which aim to reach out to a broader European community of music educators. Also online-events can be considered!Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that the 10th annual Doctoral Student Forum for Music Education will be held online. The Forum takes place from Tuesday, March 23th until Thursday, March 25th 2021. It is part of the EAS conference originally to be held physically in Freiburg, Germany which is now held online, too. It begins on the day prior to the main conference and participants will also be included in the main conference programme.Continue reading
One position of the Staff Members for the EAS Student Forum is available (=SF Lead from 2022). This is usually for a period of 4 years. The person selected will work together with Bernd Clausen for the Student Forum 2021 in Freiburg and take on the leading role after the Freiburg conference in March 2021 and will prepare (with support from EAS Board Member Andreas Bernhofer) the Student Forums 2022-2024.
See separate document: EAS Student Forum Staff Profiles. Please read carefully before making an application.
Key Criteria for Selection
- Must be involved in academic/research work related to music teacher education
- Must have been an active member of the EAS member for at least 2 years;
- Must be able to attend the Freiburg EAS conference and be prepared to be involved in the Freiburg SF;
- Must have already been involved in working with trainee music teachers;
- Must have experience of work with an international dimension;
- Must be concerned to enable the ‘student voice’.
Secondary Criteria for Selection
- Geographical spread: preferably having staff from different European countries
- Experience across differing school age ranges.
Process for Selection
The closing date for applications is Thursday 31st December 2020.
The selection will be made by the EAS Board. Applicants should expect to be notified of the result within 4 weeks. They should then be prepared to be involved in the SF preparation work for Freiburg (March 2021).