FolkMusEd2022 - Cancelled
We are so sorry to inform you that we will once again have to cancel the FolkMusEd Conference.
The main reason is the Pandemic situation, with different regulations around the world and the current regulation in Sweden and at KMH that is very strict until the middle of February 2022.
We will not proceed with the Conference in a digital mode since we believe that a core value of this Conference has always been to honour the fruitful meeting in real life.
Contribute to our "jubilee-publication"
Instead of the conference we invite you all to contribute to our "jubilee-publication"!
How to contribute
From the beginning, this publication was mainly focused on highlighting that it's 45 years since folk music entranced KMH's doors and 25 years since the folk music department was initiated, both in a retrospective and a vision of the future.
Now we have decided to enlarge our publication to include contributions from you. Based on the Conference's theme, "The Power of Oral Transmission within Higher Folk Music Education”, you are welcome to submit your contribution.
Since this publication will be both web-based and printed, we welcome all kinds of contributions: videos, recordings, papers in artistic research, music pedagogy, ethnomusicology, musicology etc.
We will have a collegial peer review, and we hope that this publication will contribute to our field and could be of use for the future Higher Music Education in Folk Music.
The first conference, "Pedagogies, Practices and the Future of Folk Music in Higher Education", took place at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow in 2018. Yet another conference took place at the Sibelius Academy, Helsinki. The conference is a platform for developing the growing field of folk music in higher music education.
Partners for the cancelled conference at KMH is the Royal Swedish Academy of Music, KMA, and The Association Européenne des Conservatoires, Académies de Musique et Musikhochschulen, AEC.
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