The Music Teachers Symposium is designed with music educators from the MENA region in mind. With the main goal of helping teachers perform better in the classroom, improve their communication skills and contact with students, strengthen their teaching methodologies and strategies as well as network and learn with like-minded peers.
Program will be provided and supported by a selection of top faculty from Berklee College of music.
|Jarritt Sheel||Contemporary Instructional Practices for Music Educators|
|Jeffrey Leonard||Instrumental music teaching pedagogy: practical techniques for helping students succeed in and out of the classroom.|
11:00 AM - 01:00 PM: Introductions and discussion about topics that will be covered during the sessions (Main room)
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM: Lunch break
11:00 AM - 01:00 PM: Breakout sessions: 2 workshops simultaneously in separate rooms
1:00 PM - 02:00 PM: Lunch break
Study many popular disciplines of contemporary music, theatre and dance, with workshops and masterclasses led by world-renowned artists and instructors.SEE ALL PROGRAMMES
With songs being made for specific purposes like playlisting, radio play, and/or placement to visual, songwriting strategies have evolved to maximize effort in getting songs placed. Each of these avenues requires an attention to detail in order to land a coveted spot. This workshop series dives into the key elements that will help a song hit its target.