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Blanka Pesja talks with guests: Arts - Music - Education

By Blanka Pesja

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Many art students, at some point, seem to ask themselves: should I or shouldn’t I enter an art competition? Music students are not an exception. Are we as art and music educators actually preparing our students to compete with each other while we claim to focus our education on developing artistic autonomy and creativity? Is competing-comparing not mutual exclusive with autonomy? I’ll be interviewing Jack Pisters (leader of the pop department of the Conservatorium van Amsterdam) on the ins and outs, the pro’s and cons of competition in music education. This episode will be in Dutch dealing with a Dutch situation. Guest: Jack Pisters, guitarist, leader pop dep. CvA. Host: Blanka Pesja, senior art educator pop dep. CvA. Master Education in the Arts research HKU. Dank aan Music Matrix Studio. Sound engineer: Jaap van der Kleijn Photo by Walter Goyen.

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