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European Training Session: Music in Health Settings, Paris

Date posted: 15 November 2011

Musique & Sante (Paris) will deliver European Training Session: Music in Health Settings in partnership with the Royal Northern College of Music (Manchester) in Paris in June 2012.

The objective of the training is to:

  • understand and imagine the place of music and of the musician in health settings
  • explore the theoretical and practical competences necessary to carry out quality musical actions

Content includes:

  • methods and approaches of musical actions in health settings (children, teenagers, and elderly people);
  • musical techniques (vocal and instrumental repertoires, appropriate instruments, improvisation…);
  • spatial awareness and interaction with patients and families;
  • partnership with health institutions and care staff;
  • ethical issues;
  • musical interventions will be carried out in Parisian hospitals in paediatrics and geriatrics.

Good instrumental or vocal level required.

Dates: 25 – 29 June 2012
Location: Paris (France)
Registration fees:

  • €750 for residents of European eligible countries (outside of France)
  • €900 for residents of France

Target group: musicians
Working language: English

Grundtvig Grant

The European Commission’s Lifelong Learning Programme offers the opportunity to apply for a Grundtvig In-Service Training Grant. Anyone involved in adult education can participate in the programme including adult learners, teachers and trainers from a variety of organisations.
This training session is registered in the Comenius-Grundtvig Training Database under the reference number FR-2012-378-001.

Contact Musique et Sante or your Lifelong Learning Programme National Agency for further information.

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