Artful innovation: How to experiment in symphonic music practice

Peter Peters, Ties van de Werff, Ruth Benschop, Imogen Eve

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Abstract

Professional musicians who perform in hospitals, retirement homes and prisons, creatively stimulated by the residents; babies crawling over exercise mats, enjoying classical music together with their parents; concert-goers who take their seats between the musicians in order to experience music up close with all their senses - the opportunities to make and experience music are almost unlimited. Various actors in the field of classical music have taken this as a chance to develop a wide range of new artistic and educational practices over the last two decades, aiming to facilitate in-depth aesthetic experiences, to diversify and bond with audiences and to encourage active cultural participation. The contributors focus on the innovative potential of Musikvermittlung as a social bridge-builder for concert life, (higher) music education, research and social life.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTuning Up!
Subtitle of host publicationThe Innovative Potential of Musikvermittlung
EditorsSarah Chaker, Axel Petri-Preis
PublisherTranscript Verlag
Pages179-198
Number of pages19
ISBN (Electronic)978-3-8394-5681-1
ISBN (Print)978-3-8376-5681-7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2022

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