International Best Practice in Music Performance Education Models and Associated Learning Outcomes for Wales

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Abstract

This brief piece of scoping research aims to build on the Task and Finish Group on Music Services in Wales report and its ‘one year on’ response, to provide additional background on how Wales can ensure all children have access to a consistent ‘pan nation
offer’ of instrumental tuition and group/ensemble experiences, in a range of styles and genres. The intension of the research is to provide important background information for the development of a National Music Education Performance Strategy for Wales, which would provide synergy between National Youth Arts, Welsh Arts Council (For example the Creative Learning Through the Arts – An Action Plan For Wales 2015 – 2020 report and Donaldson (2015), providing for a statuary, core, access offer, on the basis of access, equality and affordability for all. It is proposed that this report is followed by a more comprehensive piece of research, that highlights wellbeing, social and curriculum benefit and consequent qualification and productivity benefit, of an enriched well-resourced music education curriculum with a regular instrumental performance tuition offer and wider progression
pathway.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCardiff
PublisherWelsh Government
Commissioning bodyWelsh Government
Number of pages43
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2018

Keywords

  • Music Performance Education
  • instrumental tuition
  • Wales

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