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A Kaleidoscopic Analysis of the Sing Up Project

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A Kaleidoscopic Analysis of the Sing Up Project

  1. 1. A Kaleidoscopic Analysis of the Sing Up project MUSIC 911: SEMINAR IN MUSICOLOGY - VOICE Antía González Ben Fall 2011
  2. 2. An introduction… Tone (2008)
  3. 3. A brief overviewof the Project
  4. 4. Singing program Schools, teachers, students & communities91% primary schools & 115,000 people Since 2007
  5. 5. Singing program Schools, teachers, students & communities91% primary schools & 115,000 people Since 2007
  6. 6. The Project’simplications
  7. 7. Sociopolitical• Slogan• Singing is privileged• Multiple scopes• Emphasis on the neediest
  8. 8. Pedagogical• Child-centered perspective• Normalization of Mus.Ed.• Breaks visible above audible• Intrinsic & instrum. values
  9. 9. Musicological• Voice as musical instrument• Identity formation• Product VS. Result• Affective sphere
  10. 10. Evaluation ofthe Project
  11. 11. Strengths• Potential of its implications• External evaluations• Low-stakes consequences• Voluntary nature
  12. 12. Weaknesses• No close monitoring• Vague goals• Ineffable nature• Advocacy as substitute
  13. 13. Anyquestions?
  14. 14. Thanks for yourattention!

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