Nordic Network for Music Education 2018
The Nordic Network for Music Education (NNME) has just completed its latest planning meeting in Copenhagen, and everything is looking positive for another intensive course - in Finland this time - with all 15 partner institutions that offer music education Master degrees in Northern Europe: located in the nations of Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.
The network has a 20-year history of sponsorship from Northern European governments (Nordplus program), and has been managed for these two decades by its founder Torunn Bakken Hauge, who asked me to become its new manager in 2018. Nordplus sponsorship enables an annual joint intensive course as well as international exchange of teachers and students, which across time has contributed profoundly to the field of music education in this region.
We will soon complete the finishing touches to a unique book entitled Advancing Music Education in Northern Europe for publication by Routledge / Taylor & Francis later in 2018, a multi-author book developed through collaboration in this network, and in the future we intend to also produce multimedia resources and joint programs. I am especially interested in exploring how NNME might cooperate directly with similar initiatives in other parts of the world.
Here is the current website for NNME:
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