Reflection-based Artistic Professional Practice (RAPP Lab)
19.09.2022 – 23.09.2022
RAPP Lab 5: Exploring Musical Identities: Autoethnography for the Practicing Musician
RAPP Lab is a strategic partnership funded by the European Commission’s Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership programme putting together 7 institutions who will focus on how the reflective methodologies of artistic research empower musicians to creatively respond to the economic-cultural environment with which they are confronted.
September 19th – September 23rd, the EAMT hosts graduate and postgraduate students as well as faculty members of the Cologne University of Music (Germany), the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna (Austria), the Norwegian Academy of Music, the Orpheus Institute (Belgium) and the Santa Cecilia Conservatory (Italy). On the 21st of September at 19:00, in the Great Hall takes place an interactive concert with Heigo Rosin, Erik Alalooga, Ilana Makarina, Marcelo Politano, Juhan Uppin, Vittoria Ecclesia, Fabrizio Nastari and moderated by Kristi Kapten.
Project manager in EAMT is Theodore Parker, members of the working group are Kristi Kapten, Jaak Sikk, Vittoria Ecclesia and Fabrizio Nastari, coordinator is Kristel Pappel and administraator Hanneleen Pihlak. You can find more info HERE