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Group Discussion [clear filter]
Wednesday, August 2
 

1:45pm

Panel: Culturally Relevant Pedagogies in Music Education
Moderators
avatar for Jamie Ehrenfeld

Jamie Ehrenfeld

Creative Education Fellow, Project Manager- Ed Sullivan Fellowship, NYU Music Experience Design Lab
Jamie Ehrenfeld is a community and school based music educator, currently working as project manager with the Ed Sullivan Fellowship at NYU MusEDLab and as a vocal music educator in Brooklyn, NY. https://soundcloud.com/nyuedsullivanfellows
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Jarritt A Sheel

Professor, New York University
Jarritt is a doctoral candidate at Teachers College, Columbia University, where he is completing his graduate studies music education. Jarritt and his family are Bronx residents. He also works at Jazz at Lincoln Center in their youth programs, as an ensemble director of the youth... Read More →

Wednesday August 2, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Pless Lobby 36 Washington Place, New York, NY 10012
 
Thursday, August 3
 

1:45pm

Open Discussion: Music, Health & Wellbeing
Moderators
avatar for Alex Falk

Alex Falk

Alex Falk is a Sound Therapy Practitioner, Meditation Teacher, and Music Educator. He is dedicated to exploring the intersectionality of Hip-Hop, music, culture, art, and communication as they relate to the healing modalities of sound therapy and meditation.  Currently Alex is... Read More →
avatar for Jamie Pabst

Jamie Pabst

Founder, SpiriTune, Inc.
Jamie Pabst is a finance professional and DJ based in NYC and founder of SpiriTune, Inc., her entrepreneurial venture built to explore the relationship between music and physiology. Having worked within the VC and Institutional investment world, her recent focus is on researching... Read More →

Thursday August 3, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Pless Lobby 36 Washington Place, New York, NY 10012
 
Friday, August 4
 

1:45pm

Open Discussion: Inclusive & Accessible Arts Education
Moderators
avatar for Jesse Rathgeber

Jesse Rathgeber

Assistant Professor, James Madison University
Considering Tinkering with Music through Technology
avatar for Martin Urbach

Martin Urbach

Doctoral Candidate in Music Education, Teachers College, Columbia University
Percussionist Martin (pronounced mar-TEEN) Urbach is a Latinx immigrant, educator, activist and composer. His work in the classroom is based on facilitating liberated spaces for youth to fall in love with music and to promote social justice through music making. He is currently a... Read More →

Friday August 4, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Pless Lobby 36 Washington Place, New York, NY 10012