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Caribbean Music Pedagogy Workshop


  • 138 S. Oxford Street Brooklyn, NY 11217 USA (map)

 

A music pedagogy for social justice.

This social justice initiative will bring together educators and artists in an intensive week-long professional development workshop to address diversity in music education. We teach from a Caribbean perspective and offer strategies for teaching musical traditions that have been marginalized within a system that privileges Western art music and Eurocentric pedagogical methods. Classes will be taught by Danielle Brown, Ph.D. with special dance workshops by Goussy Célestin (Haiti), Jamal George (Trinidad & Tobago), and Hansell Vaillant (Cuba).

Register now. Space is limited. For more information, visit mypeopletellstories.com/pedagogy or contact Danielle Brown, Ph.D. at brown@mypeopletellstories.com.

Earlier Event: June 8
BFAA: New Lots Library