Type of Submission

Podium Presentation

Keywords

New music, educators, composers, public

Abstract

Concerning new music, when the public knows what to listen for, composers who wish to more directly involve the public with new music remain open to dialogue regarding it, and educators inform and engage the public about it, there is a higher chance of active public acceptance of new music. The tripartite relationship between the public, composers, and educators benefits from open communication and community education, in addition to each participant knowing their responsibility and contribution in the relationship. A history of this relationship since 1900, including a delineation of who and what qualifies as an “educator,” leads into a brief discussion about the future of new music in the community.

Campus Venue

Stevens Student Center, Room 245

Location

Cedarville, OH

Start Date

4-12-2017 4:00 PM

End Date

4-12-2017 4:30 PM

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License.

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Apr 12th, 4:00 PM Apr 12th, 4:30 PM

Engaging the Public with New Music: The Roles of the Public, the Composer, and the Educator

Cedarville, OH

Concerning new music, when the public knows what to listen for, composers who wish to more directly involve the public with new music remain open to dialogue regarding it, and educators inform and engage the public about it, there is a higher chance of active public acceptance of new music. The tripartite relationship between the public, composers, and educators benefits from open communication and community education, in addition to each participant knowing their responsibility and contribution in the relationship. A history of this relationship since 1900, including a delineation of who and what qualifies as an “educator,” leads into a brief discussion about the future of new music in the community.

 

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