Session

6:00pm - 7:00pm

7:00pm - 8:00pm

1

Tuesday February 20th

Participants - location, music discipline, expertise.


WMP project review.


How WMP is structured for program diversification.

Hands-on learning: West African drumming.


How ideas can be integrated into General Music, Choir, Instrumental Music.

2

Thursday February 22nd

Guest lecturer: Pat Campbell

Guest specialist: Musica Folclorica of the Dominican Republic with David Almengod

3

Tuesday February 27th

Guest specialist:

Dominican Carabiné

Vocals and Rhythms

HANDS Percussion Malaysia

4

Tuesday February 29th

Guest specialist: TBC

Guest specialist: Kalimba with Kyle Heide

5

Tuesday March 5th

Thinking and teaching globally (How do we talk about music?):


Vocabulary and concepts integrated into concert band, jazz band, orchestra, and choir. Issues of appropriation and assumption of values, tokenism and essentialization.

Guest specialist: Rafael Prato Venezuelan rhythms and vocal styles

6

Thursday March 7th

Hands-on learning


Vocal styles: throat singing, gospel songs, Bulgarian choir music, beat boxing, throat boxing. 

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Racism.


The physical environment, repertoire, instruments, arrangements (adapting arrangements to fit the ensemble)

7

Tuesday March 12th

Bhangra drumming and dance/

Comparative experiences/

Quiti Plas, Culo y Puya

From pro to getting-to-know:


How to transfer music from a professionally performed genre into relevant, meaningful experiences for young students. 


Working with host country clinicians.


Creating lesson plans.


Implementing ideas, warmups that reflect and inculcate diversity.


Using Learning Pathways from WMP.

8

Thursday March 14th

Project presentations

Project presentations

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