SiME – Singing in Music Education
Singing has traditionally held a central place in classroom music education in European countries. Nevertheless, many important issues concerning contemporary vocal education practices are underresearched and several papers at recent EAS conferences have highlighted a need for exchange on this topic. SiME is intended as a platform that harnesses the EAS network of researchers and practitioners from across Europe to develop, support and disseminate research ideas and projects on the subject of singing in schools. A long term aim is to link relevant research to policy concerns in order to promote and maintain healthy and vibrant singing cultures in European schools.
SiME currently brings together over 40 EAS-affiliated researchers.
This is a hub for current research projects of SiME group members.
Please contact SiME at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have current research projects, proposals, or publications you wish to share on this site!
- Helmut Schaumberger (AT) SiME Co-ordinator
- Prof. Motje Wolfe (UK)
- Prof. Johannes van der Sandt (IT)
- David Johnson (SE)