Presenter – Diane Daly
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Diane presents a research paper on the impact of Dalcroze Eurhythmics on fostering creativity and autonomy in classical instrumental pedagogy. Her research took the form of an arts practice investigation which included devising, rehearsing, performing and documenting two performance events, drawing on Dalcroze Eurhythmic techniques, rather than conventional classical music approaches. The paper concludes with a discussion on key findings around creativity and autonomy, and the proposal that a Dalcroze approach has the potential to greatly enhance students experience of performance music education, as well as improve performance quality and satisfaction in their ensuing professional careers. This short 20 minute presentation presents an overview of the research paper.
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