Musicians Without Borders offers professional training in community music leadership based on our working principles and expertise developed from years of working in current and post-conflict regions. Below is an overview of upcoming trainings by and with Musicians Without Borders.
For more information please contact Meagan Hughes at: [email protected]
East Sussex Music is hosting a 3-day introduction to MWB methodology on the 6th, 7th and 8th of September 10am to 6pm in Lewes, East Sussex, UK.
Cost: £175 per person, for all three days.
Trainers: Darren Abrahams, Amanda Koser-Gillespie and Jim Pinchen
To book your place, please reply to Helena Pearce at [email protected] by the 30th August 2019, with your full name and contact details. Payments will be processed early September.
Places on this programme are limited, so if you find you need to cancel a booking, please inform us as soon as possible. Cancellations within 10 days prior to the event will be charged the full fee.
An in-depth course to gain skills in training community music leaders based on Musicians Without Borders’ principles and methodology. This course covers the skills and knowledge needed to train others in leading community music workshops. We will examine our training methodology in relation to MWB’s 5 principles as well as explore concepts related to nonviolence and trauma awareness. We will practice facilitating training sessions that cover didactic, pedagogic and musical skills.
Duration: 36 hours | 6 days
Dates: October 20-25, 2019 (arrivals on the evening of October 19th)
Location: Akoesticum, Ede, The Netherlands
Deadline: August 31, 2019
This training has been developed for musicians and music pedagogues from all cultural backgrounds who wish to increase their ability to work towards the social inclusion of refugees and migrants. Up to 30 participants are invited to be trained as community music leaders through the methods of Musicians without Borders. The training prepares participants to lead community music workshops that foster empathic connections between people within an inclusive and safe environment.
The following skills and subjects are addressed in the training:
The workshop will be filmed and evaluated with all participants on the final day. Following the training, we expect all participants to work with local groups in order to implement the skills learnt from the training.
Dates: November 18-22, 2019
Location: Heek, Germany
Language: The training will be held in German and English
Cost: €122 for students up to 25 years /€172 for adults
*Accommodation in double rooms, extra charge for single rooms: €15/night. Thanks to the support of the Ministry for Culture of North Rhine Westfalia, participants only have to pay for accommodation and board.