19.00 Uhr via Zoom.
IMPORTANT: From February 2022, participation in the Community Music Salons will be subject to a fee (20 € full, 12 € reduced).
For members of the association Community Music Netzwerk e.V. participation will continue to be free of charge. For more information on membership or to transfer the participation fee, click here.
Ryan Humphrey is a PhD Researcher (ICCM York St John) and Community Musician based in the North-East of England.
His PhD research explores community music and its relationship with cultural policy by examining community musicians’ language and practices. Alongside his PhD work, Ryan also works for several Higher Education institutions and as a community musician for several arts organisations in the North-East of England. Currently, he is the Project Leader for the Youth Music funded Sage Gateshead programme: ‘Loud and Clear’ that works with foster and adoptive care children.
Join Ryan Humphrey, PhD Researcher and Community Musician, to explore digital whole family musical engagement.
Using examples from his work on the Youth Music funded programme, ‘Loud and Clear Early Years’, Ryan will outline social pedagogical practice as an approach to facilitating whole family music-making experience.
While also providing opportunities to experience different activities he uses online with families.
Along the way, there will be opportunities for delegates to question, discuss and reflect on their approaches to music-making when working digitally with young children and their families.
Click here for a short video on the topic with Ryan Humphrey.