From 2 to 3 May, the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre hosts an international conference “Sustainable Development in Music Education”. The annual conference of the Association of Nordic Music Academies (ANMA) and Nordplus music networks brings together over 80 participants from nearly 30 Nordic and Baltic music academies. The participants include management representatives, international relations coordinators, teachers and students.

The programme on 2 May includes a panel discussion with Grete Arro (Tallinn University), Claus Olesen and Camilla Overgaard (Royal Academy of Music Aarhus) and Markus Utrio (University of the Arts Helsinki). The session explores different aspects of sustainability and sustainable development both in the context of global environmental issues as well as relating to how we focus on and drive development in our institutions. The discussion will be livestreamed 10.00–11.00 via

In addition, there will be presentations of innovative teaching methods and cooperation projects and group discussions. During the ANMA/Nordplusmusic day on 3 May, future cooperation between the Nordic and Baltic music academies on strategic and administrative level will be discussed.

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