The third conference on Pedagogies, Practices and the Future of Folk Music in Higher Education, becomes FolkMuseEd2022 instead of 2021. The event is postponed a year.
Save the date
We are happy to invite you to three days of artistic, pedagogic and scientific sharing and discussion within the field of folk music in higher music education. Reserve 16-18 February 2022 in your calendar!
Conference details – preliminary
As planned, the theme of this edition of FolkMuseEd will be: The power of Oral Transmission!
Time and place
16-18 February 2022, at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, KMH.
The plans for attached prologue and endnote still remain.
KMA and AEC are our partners
Conference partners with KMH are the Royal Swedish Academy of Music, KMA. KMA is an independent organization, which acts to promote the artistic, scientific, educational and cultural development of music and the mother of KMH.
Also, The Association Européenne des Conservatoires, Académies de Musique et Musikhochschulen, AEC, will be a partner.
The conference on Pedagogies, Practices and the Future of Folk Music in Higher Education, is a platform for developing the growing field of folk music in higher music education.
The first conference took place at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow in 2018. After yet another conference at the Sibelius Academy, Helsinki it is now the Royal College of Music's turn to arrange the third conference on this topic.
We invite participants from across the field to contribute with artistic, scientific and pedagogic research and knowledge, to share it amongst peers.
Postponed due to the Covid-19
FolkMuseEd2021 is postponed for a year, and transformed into FolkMuseEd2022.
Pleas don't hesitate to contact us with any questions!
Conference committee at KMH
- Susanne Rosenberg, Professor Folk Singing
- Anna Wikénius, Lecturer
- Sven Ahlbäck, Professor Folk Music
- Olof Misgeld, Senior Lecturer