Nieuwsbrief EAS

EAS Newsflash October 2020

  • EAS 2021: Next Year's EAS Conference in Freiburg (GER) 
  • EAS 2021: Call for Submissions
  • EAS 2021: Student Forum and Doctoral Student Forum
  • Natassa Economidou Stavrou elected ISME board member
  • European Perspectives on Music Education Volume 9 Published

EAS2021: Next Year's EAS Conference in Freiburg (GER)

Next year's EAS Conference will take place in the beautiful city of Freiburg im Breisgau in Germany from March 24 to 27, 2021. The conference theme is: "Music is what people do"

Conference website
 
Due to the uncertainties we are facing in times of Corona we are planning a double-track: a live conference in Freiburg for all of you who are able to travel, as well as possibilities to join the conference in an online format. Please watch the conference trailer (YouTube, scroll down).
 
We are looking forward to meet You next year!

Important links:

Important Dates for the EAS Conference in Freiburg:

  • Call for Papers is open NOW
  • November 1st, 2020: Deadline for abstract submission
  • From November, 15th, 2020: Early bird registration open and notification of acceptance
  • January, 10th, 2021: Early bird closed
  • January 11th, 2021: Late payment registration open
  • March, 15th, 2021: End of Registration Period
  • March, 24th - 27th, 2021: EAS Conference in Freiburg (GER)

EAS 2021: Call for Submissions

The Call for Submissions for the next EAS Conference in Freiburg (GER) is open.

Download the Submission Form here

Please submit the completed form to submissions-eas2021@eas-music.org by November 1st, 2021. 
 
We are looking forward to your submissions!

EAS 2021: Student Forum and Doctoral Student Forum 2021

The next EAS Conference in Freiburg in March 2021 will also include the next edition of the Students Forum and Doctoral Student Forum. Information about these opportunities will be published on our website.

Natassa Economidou Stavrou elected ISME Board Member

Our EAS colleague and former EAS board member Natassa Economidou Stavrou from Cyprus was elected ISME board member for the current period. Congratulations and all the best for your new position!

European Perspectives on Music Education Volume 9 published

Our newest Issue of the European Perspectives on Music Education Volume 9 is published at Helbling: "Make Music Matter - Music Education Meeting the Needs of Young Learners". The editors Anna Houmann and Eva Saether prepared a short preview for you. 
 
Dear editors and authors from past volumes of our series: Publisher Helbling offers to send you up-to-date flyers for you book-tables at conferences. In case you want to promote the series and/or your special volume of EPoME , please contact Klaus Mayerl.

European Association for Music in Schools
Lemmenberg 3, 3000 Leuven, Belgium
info@eas-music.org - www.eas-music.org

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