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Improvisation and Pedagogy Policy Paper Workshop - Day 1

Frédérique Arroyas, Sally Booth, Peter Burton, Tegan Ceschi-Smith, Honor Ford-Smith, Doug Friesen, Ajay Heble, Elizabeth Jackson, Eric Lewis, Vaugeois Lise, Kevin O'Neil, Gillian Siddall, Charles Smith, Julie Smith, Jesse Stewart, Kim Thorne, Ellen Waterman

Published: 2009-12-16

VIDEO: Documentation from the first day of an ICASP meeting held over two days in December 2009 to discuss the creation of a policy paper on the topic of improvisation and pedagogy. TEXT: Participant biographies, a meeting agenda, and set of guiding questions for the discussion.VIDEO: Documentation from the first day of an ICASP meeting held over two days in December 2009 to discuss the creation of a policy paper on the topic of improvisation and pedagogy. TEXT: Participant biographies, a meeting agenda, and set of guiding questions for the discussion.

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Improvisation implies a deep connection between the personal and the communal, self and world. A “good” improviser successfully navigates musical and institutional boundaries and the desire for self-expression, pleasing not only herself but the listener as well.

– Rob Wallace