A new EAS board!

On Friday 17/05/2019, a new EAS board has been elected by the EAS members! The new board was announced at the conference dinner in Malmö, Sweden.

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The new board (2019-2021) consists of Thomas De Baets (President, BE), Isolde Malmberg (Vice President, DE), Gerhard Sammer (Past President, DE), Marina Gall (Secretary, UK), Lina Van Dooren (Treasurer, SE), Andreas Bernhofer (AT), Rūta Girdzijauskienė (LT), Sezen Özeke (TR), Nikos Zafranas (GR) and coopted board members Michele Biasutti (IT), Māra Vaickovska (student, LV), and Diletta Bibbo (student, IT).

Registration EAS2019 open now!

Register here!

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

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.