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44th AEC Annual Congress and General Assembly 
9 - 11 November 2017


Academy of Music, University of Zagreb
 
Leadership in the Arts - the Arts of Leadership


The motto of this year's AEC congress might seem like a simple play on words, but a second glance reveals a deeper meaning. The arts nourish imagination and inspiration. To question habits and daring to cross borders is part of their raison d'etre. Leadership, on the other hand, is a concept which we tend to associate with rules and regulations, reeking of loyalty and obedience and which does not at all seem to fit into the idea of the freedom of the arts.

The arts do not exist in isolation. They are part of society, a society which, in the best case, is positively impacted by the contribution of the arts towards society's continued evolution. And, the opposite is also true that the arts depend on a societal climate of esteem and appreciation which recognizes and values all of their aspects: art production, as the subject of an aesthetic education and as the object of a self-developed participation in culture as part of one’s human rights.

Art and culture are also important bearers of identity. Especially in times of political uncertainty, in times when the European idea might be questioned by new nationalisms and populist slogans, it is worth highlighting the importance of art and culture and that of artistic and cultural education for democracy and self-developement. The motto of this year's congress is also intended as AEC's contribution to that public debate.

The AEC Congress 2017 deals with the subject of "Leadership in the Arts - the Arts of Leadership" in various aspects, but it will in the core always be about the relationship between freedom and governance, the tension between top-down and bottom-up. Of course, at an event whose target audience are, to a large extent, the leaders and representatives of Higher Music Education Institutions, the focus will be on how to chair a Music HEI. This includes the crucial question whether a good director is characterized as such by the fact that he or she has outstanding artistic skills and competences, or whether administrative, political, economic and legal know-how are more important to be a successful leader.

The issue of leadership in the arts, however, arises in quite diverse contexts. How to organize playing together in an ensemble? What does leadership mean when performing with in a string quartet or a jazz combo? How to lead students as a a teacher? How can a study program enable future musicians to carry out leadership tasks that will be required of them? Or, more generally, what is the balance between intrinsic and extrinsic development in art, what kind of hierarchies do the arts need and are the arts able to withstand?
Beyond the specific congress motto, however, the 2017 congress will also give the opportunity to discuss some burning questions and the issues of diversity, identity and inclusion that were raised at the last congress, will still be on the agenda.
You are warmly invited to join us in Zagreb on the AEC journey to explore the role of the modern Music HEI in our society.


44th AEC ANNUAL CONGRESS and GENERAL ASSEMBLY
 
9-11 November 2017
 
Academy of Music, University of Zagreb
 
“Leadership in the Arts, the Arts of Leadership”
 
Programme

 
 

Pre-Congress Programme

 
Wednesday 8th November

16:00 – 21:00 Pre-Congress Workshop  - MusiQuE 

Academy - Rooms 324, 326, 336, 335

FOR REGISTERED PARTICIPANTS ONLY – English only
Workshop and training for Peer-Reviewers organized by MusiQuE - Music Quality Enhancement (the Foundation for Quality Enhancement and Accreditation in Higher Music Education) - please click HERE for the detailed programme)

 

Dinner for Pre- Congress Participants
 

Thursday 9th November

9:00 – 13:00 Continuation of the Pre-Congress Workshop - MusiQuE

Academy - Rooms 324, 326, 336, 335

FOR REGISTERED PARTICIPANTS ONLY – English only
Workshop and training for Peer-Reviewers organized by MusiQuE - Music Quality Enhancement (please click HERE for the detailed programme)

 


10:00 – 14:00  Pre-Congress Workshop on Chamber Music

FOR REGISTERED PARTICIPANTS ONLY – English only
Chamber Music in Higher Music Education Institutions by the European Chamber Music Academy Project (ECMA Next Step Strategic Partnership) - please find a detailed description HERE
• Learning and teaching chamber music
• Assessment of chamber music
• ECMA Next Step Strategic Partnership – orientation and preliminary results
• Discussions: Chamber Music in European Higher Music Education Institutions


Academy - Room 319
Lunch for Participants
 

13:00 – 15:00 AEC Council Meeting [for AEC Council members only]

Academy - Room 429

 

14:15 – 16:15 Pre-Congress Workshop on Learning Outcomes

English only
Working with the AEC Learning Outcomes 2017: from theory to practice (please click HERE for a detailed description)

Academy - Room 242
 

Congress Programme

 

Thursday 9th November

 

13:45 Registration starts –  Foyer of the Academy and room 339

Coffee and Refreshments available
Optional Guided Tour
 

14:00 – 16:00 Welcome to Students – for students delegates with the AEC Students working group and members of the Congress Committee

Academy - Room 439 - Stancic Hall

15:15 – 16:15 Welcome to Newcomers with members of AEC Council and AEC Office Team

Academy - Room 438 - Huml Hall
 

16:30 – 17:20 Opening Event - Academy Concert Hall and video streaming in room 439

Music Performance
Words of welcome by:
  • Dalibor Cikojević, Dean of the Academy of Music
  • Milan Bandić, Major of Zagreb
    Damir Boras, Rector of the University of Zagreb
  • Eirik  Birkeland, President of the AEC
Greetings from the National Association of Schools of Music USA (NASM) by Sue Haug, President of the NASM
 

17:20 – 17:50 Plenary Session I - Academy Concert Hall and video streaming in room 439

“Music and Politics”  - Keynote Speech by Ivo Josipović, former President of Croatia and former student and teacher of the Academy of Music


17:50 – 19:00 Opening Brainstorming on topics proposed by participants

Introduction by Stefan Gies, AEC Chief Executive
 

19:15 – 20:00  Music From the Croatian National Heritage in the Academy Concert Hall

 

20:30 - 22:30 Welcome Dinner at Hotel Westin

 

Friday 10 November

 

9:00 Optional Guided Tour and registration continues

meeting point:    Academy Foyer 


9:00  – Networking with coffee available - National Theatre

 

09:30 – 10:15 Plenary Session II - National Theatre

Music Introduction
Introduction to the Day by Eirik Birkeland, AEC President

“Frameworks and Contexts” - Strategic Leadership in Higher Arts Education Institutions, Keynote Speech by Thomas Meier – President of the European League of Institutes of the Arts (ELIA) and Zurich University of the Arts

 

10:30 – 11:30 Parallel Sessions I

  1. Presentation by the Project ECMA – European Chamber Music Academy (including a performance of Mettis-String-Quartet, Vilnius, LT) – presented by Johannes Meissl, Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Wien (AU) – first part​
  2. Audience Engagement by Evert Bischopp Boele, Prins Claus Conservatorium, Groningen (NL)

  3. Working Together to Create the Leaders of the Future, by the AEC Students Working Group

  4. Leadership in Ensembles – Findings and Reflections by Sabine Börner , University of Konstanz (CH)

  5. Music Teaching in Croatian Compulsory School, by Sabina Vidulin EAS representative from the Academy of Music in Pula, Nikolina Matoš and Ana Čorić from the Academy of music Zagreb

 

11:30 – 12:00 Informal Networking with Refreshments - Academy Foyer and room 339

 

12:00 – 13:00  Parallel Sessions II

  1. Continuation of the ECMA session and presentation on the Platform for Learning and Teaching by Jon Helge Sætre, Norwegian Academy of Music, Oslo (NO), The Mettis String Quartet, Vilnius (LT) Johannes Meissl, Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Wien (AU), Morten Carlsen, Norwegian Academy of Music (NO) and Tim Frederiksen Royal Danish  Academy of Music, Copenhagen (DK) - second part

  2. Music Leadership Education for Future Generations by Jamal Rossi, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester (USA) and Robert Cutietta, Thornton School of Music USC (USA)

  3. Worldmusic, Folkmusic, Traditional Music Music by Erling Aksdal, NTNU,Trondheim (NO), Benoît Baumgartner, Le Pont Supérieur, Nantes (FR), Joshua Dickson, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow (UK), Jasmina Talam , Academy of Music in Sarajevo (BIH), David-Emil Wickström Popakademie, Mannheim (DE). Panel discussion moderated by Stefan Gies, AEC Chief Executive

  4. Exploring the tension between specialist music and management skills in high-performing conservatoire leadership, by Dalibor Cikojević, Academy of Music of the University of Zagreb (HR), Linda Merrick, Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester (UK), Henk van der Meulen, Royal Conservatoire The Hague (NL), Judith Schinker, Hochschule für Musik Carl Maria von Weber, Dresden (DE). Panel discussion moderated by Georg Schulz, AEC Vice President

  5. Change management in Music HEIs – concepts, experiences, and strategies,  by Heinz Geuen, Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln (DE), Pascale De Groote, Royal Conservatoire Antwerp (BE), Jeffrey Sharkey, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow (UK). Panel discussion moderated by Eirik Birkeland, AEC President

 

13:00 – 14:30 Networking Lunch at Frankopanksa 22


 
14:30 – 15:30 Parallel Sessions III = repetition of some selected parallel sessions
 

  1. Music Leadership Education for Future Generations by Jamal Rossi, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester (USA) and Robert Cutietta, Thornton School of Music USC (USA)

  2. Exploring the tension between specialist music and management skills in high-performing conservatoire leadership,  by Dalibor Cikojević, Academy of Music of the University of Zagreb (HR), Linda Merrick, Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester (UK), Henk van der Meulen, Royal Conservatoire The Hague (NL), Judith Schinker, Hochschule für Musik Carl Maria von Weber, Dresden (DE). Panel discussion moderated by Georg Schulz, AEC Vice President

  3. Audience Engagement by Evert Bischopp Boele, Prins Claus Conservatorium, Groningen (NL)

  4. Working Together to Create the Leaders of the Future, by the AEC Students Working GroupWorldmusic, Folkmusic, Traditional Music by Erling Aksdal, NTNU, Trondheim (NO), Benoît Baumgartner, Le Pont Supérieur, Nantes (FR), Joshua Dickson, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow (UK), Jasmina Talam , Academy of Music in Sarajevo (BIH), David-Emil Wickström Popakademie, Mannheim (DE). Panel discussion moderated by Stefan Gies, AEC Chief Executive

  5. Worldmusic, Folkmusic, Traditional Music by Erling Aksdal, NTNU, Trondheim (NO), Benoît Baumgartner, Le Pont Supérieur, Nantes (FR), Joshua Dickson, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow (UK), Jasmina Talam , Academy of Music in Sarajevo (BIH), David-Emil Wickström Popakademie, Mannheim (DE). Panel discussion moderated by Stefan Gies, AEC Chief Executive


15:45 – 16:45 Plenary Session III in National Theatre

Snapshots on:

  1. The AEC Learning Outcomes 2017

  2. EASY – the new AEC’s European Online Application System for Exchanges (Erasmus and Nordplus) in Higher Music Education

  3. MusiQuE – Music Quality Enhancement


16:45 – 17:15 Informal Networking with Refreshments - Academy Foyer and room 339


17:15 – 18:30 Regional Meetings with Council Members

Mera Nelson: room 418
Gutjahr: Lhotka 319
Hilden: Stančić 439
Lapinski: room 336
Kelleher: room 221
Van Den Elsen: Huml 438
Di Cecca: Multimedia 242
Schulz: room 326
Radok Zadna: room 335
Moreau: room 324
Lanskey: room 222
 

 
18:30 – 19:00 Wrap up Speech by the EU representative Bogdan Zdrojewski, Member of the Culture and Education Committee of the European Parliament (CULT) - Bersa Concert Hall, Academy, Streaming in 439

Free Evening, please see the List of Restaurants
 
 

Saturday 11 November

 

9:30 – 9:45 Plenary Session IV - Presentation of the Student WG Handbook: How to increase Students voice in HME institutions, Bersa Concert Hall, Academy, Streaming in room 439


10:00 – 11:00 Discussion groups on the following 3 topics – groups organized by mixing AEC regional groups

  1. The transition from a vocational school to a Higher Music Education Institution

  2. Autonomy of an institution, what does that mean?

  3. How to recruit future students?


11:00 – 11:30 Networking with Refreshments - Academy Foyer and room 339


11:30  – 13:00 Information Forum - Concert Hall and Foyer of the Academy

Plenary presentations by AEC Member institutions followed by Q&A with the speakers in the form of “market place”
 


13:00 – 14:00 Lunch (address Frankopanska 22)

 
14:00 – 15:00 Registration for the AEC General Assembly - National Theatre

All active members need to sign up to get their voting form
 

15:00 – 16:30 AEC General Assembly 2017 - National Theatre


16:30 – 17:00 Networking with Refreshments - National Theatre

 

17:00– 17:30 Closing Session - National Theatre

  • Announcement of the elections result
  • Announcement of the venue for the AEC Congress and General Assembly 2018
  • Closing Remarks


19:00 – 20:00 Concert at the National Theatre


20:00 Dinner

 

Networking Programme

 

Sunday 12th November


Excursion to Hrvatsko Zagorje- Krapina, Trski Vrh, wine tasting,
9:00 – 17:00 (detailed programme HERE)
 

Please fill in the AEC Congress Online Registration Form

please note that registration is compulsory to attend the meeting.

Early bird deadline: 9th October 2017

you will receive more information about the Congress 2017 to the e-mail address you provide in the form one week before the event. 

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Information fee payment AEC Annual Congress 2017

 
Early Bird Deadline: 9 October 2017
 

Participation fees can be paid in the following ways:

 
-  Manual Payment by Bank Transfer before the event (preferable)
-  Ideal, Credit Card, Paypal and Bankcontact Systems Online (+3 euro)
-  Manual Payment (cash on the spot in Zagreb)
-  Manual Payment (by Credit Card in Zagreb)

  

For more information and invoice request please mail the AEC Events Manager Sara Primiterra at events@aec-music.eu

 

Participation Fees Amounts - AEC Congress 2017

 

Category If the payment is made before October 9th If the payment is made after October 9th
Representative of AEC member institution €200 (+ €70 if attending the MusiQuE pre-Congress workshop) €300 (+ €70 if attending a MusiQuE pre-Congress workshop)
Student from an AEC member institution €150 €210
Representative of non-member institutions €400 €500


 

The participation fee includes:

  • Conference documents
  • Participation to all plenary and parallel session
  • Participation to the networking moments
  • Possibility to display information brochures posters and materials about AEC members institutions
  • Coffee Breaks
  • Two organized Dinners (Thursday 9 and Saturday 11)
  • Two organized Lunches (Friday 10 and Saturday 11)
  • Concerts organized by the hosting institution
  • Assistance by the AEC Office Staff


NB:The rates do not include the participation fee to the Networking Activiy on Sunday (55 euros) and the participation fee of accompanying partners which can be paid in the tab Hotel and Services
 
The participation fee will not be reimbursed for cancellations notified after October 9th.
 

Bank details for payments

BNP Paribas Fortis
Account Holder AEC-Music
IBAN: BE47 0016 8894 2980
SWIFT/BIC Code: GEBABEBB

When making the transfer, please clearly quote:
 
Invoice number 
Or

· the code of the event (Congress 2017)
· the last name of the participant
· the name of your institution (if fitting)

Example: Congress2017, Smith, Gotham Conservatory
 

Hotel and Services Online Reservation

In order to reserve your hotel, as well as the Sunday Excursion and meals for accompanying partners, please fill in the form at


http://www.muza.spektar-putovanja.com/eng-registration.asp

for more information about the Hotels (prices, distance,description), please see the Hotel Information documents in EN FR DE and IT in the tab Documents

If the online reservation form does not work out for you you can fill in manually the Booking Form you find in the Documents tab
 



 

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