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Julia Monaco
Julia Monaco

Julia Monaco (Canada, flute) is a Teaching Artist at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana (Bogotá), and actively works in community music projects throughout south-western Colombia

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Creating Strong Connections Between Conservatory & Community: The Case of Conservatorio Plurinacional de Música

Bolivia

ABSTRACT The Conservatorio Plurinacional de Música (CPM) in La Paz, Bolivia, functions as a traditional music conservatory while actively facilitating social inclusion in the community. This case study suggests additional opportunities for social innovation. Recommendations include a teaching internship program in local public schools; inclusion of popular art forms within the conservatory curriculum; closer collaborations [...]

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Working Towards Long-Term Musical Growth Through Strategic Planning & Institutional Organization: The Case of The National Youth Orchestra of Belize

Belize

ABSTRACT The National Youth Orchestra of Belize (NYOB) serves approximately sixty woodwind, brass, and string players between the ages of 15 and 30. This case study makes recommendations for long-term growth, including offering more long-term contracts for teaching staff, putting organizational techniques into practice for rehearsals, and focusing strategic planning by administrators and teachers on [...]

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