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RESEO Conference: Shifting Perspectives - Changing and exchanging perspectives on opera, music and dance education with young adults

Join from 19-21 April 2018 in Bern/Switzerland! Registration is open until 12 April.

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What is young people’s relationship to the arts? How can we promote young audience development? How can we ensure that young people’s voices are heard?


RESEO’s Spring Conference 2018 in partnership with Konzert Theater Bern invites you to shift your perspective and take a look at arts education from a range of different viewpoints, taking stock of the variety of initiatives for young adults (16-25) and finding out what works and what doesn’t.
The conference will explore the age group as future audiences and artists, but also include their voices as part of workshops and panel discussions.

Join RESEO and Konzert Theater Bern on 19-21 April to shift your perspectives through a playful and participatory experience. Experiment with a variety of approaches to working with young adults that bring us all closer to opera, music and dance.

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