Musiche tradizionali dal mondo
Concerto finale del progetto Boemi
Martedì 12 luglio 2016, ore 22.00
Via S. Lorenzo, 288, 90146 – Palermo
Con artisti da Italia, Danimarca, Ghana, Senegal,Spagna che suoneranno musiche tradizionali, con contaminazioni moderne e incroci tra stili musicali di diversi Paesi, per favorire il dialogo intergenerazionale e interculturale attraverso la Musica.
36 giovani provenienti da questi paesi:
• hanno ripercorso le origini della propria tradizione musicale per raccogliere canzoni e musiche in via di estinzione affinché non se ne perda memoria.
• Hanno organizzato dei workshop locali per aiutare altri giovani a sviluppare competenze trasversali attraverso la musica, l’Approccio Maieutico Reciproco di Danilo Dolci
e i nuovi media.
I ragazzi coinvolti nel progetto si troveranno a Marina di Cinisi per un campus sulla musica tradizionale
dal 9 al 14 Luglio.
Questo concerto sarà il risultato della settimana insieme e dell’intero percorso del progetto.
Il progetto, finanziato dal programma Erasmus+, coinvolge 5 paesi di due continenti diversi, Europa e Africa. Prevede l’uso dell’educazione non formale, dell’Approccio Reciproco Maieutico, musica e ICT come strumenti per lo sviluppo dei giovani e per aumentare le loro opportunità di occupazione.
The activities of BOEMI – Building our employment skills through Music Investigations and new media are continuing!
The project is addressed to youth workers and youngsters with fewer opportunities, and it aims to promote their competences and skills and to foster their active participation in local communities and in the work-lifethrough music, new media and innovative non-formal methodologies – like Danilo Dolci’s Reciprocal Maieutic Approach.
BOEMI aims at increasing the expertise of 36 youth workers from Europe and Africa through the experimentation of Reciprocal Maieutic Approach in the field of music and ICT. The project wants to raise their employability skills through the involvement in a mobility experience, fostering intercultural, intergenerational and interpersonal exchanges at all levels and increasing their digital, ICT and media literacy skills. BOEMI aims particularly at growing youngsters’ self-esteem and feeling of belonging to society, increasing the confidence in their “unique selling points” and transforming their interest in music into employability skills. The project also intends to empower youth work organisations, developing new working methods, tools and materials based on non-formal education and experimenting music as an educational pedagogical tool.
From the 26th of April to the 1st of May 2015 the Kick off Meeting between the partners of the project BOEMI – Building our employment skills through Music Investigations and new media has been held in Palermo
The kick off meeting between the various partners for the BOEMI – Building our employment skills through Music Investigations and new media project was recently held in Palermo Italy from the 26th of April to the 1ST of May 2015.
CSC – Centro per lo Sviluppo Creativo Danilo Dolci is looking for 4 talented and motivated youngters, musicians or passionate with music, local traditions, non-formal education and multiculturalism to be part of the Local Working Group of the Project BOEMI – Building our employment skills through Music and Investigations new media.
The project – co-funded by the European Commission within the program Erasmus +: Key Action 2, Capacity Building in the field of youth – involves young people from two continents – Europe and Africa – in order to promote their skills and to encourage the active participation in their communities through the use of music, new media and innovative and non-formal learning methods including the Reciprocal Maieutic Approach of Danilo Dolci.
If you will be chosen, you could:
- Be part of a working group that will go to the discovery of the cultural roots of our land, expressed through the musical tradition;
- Fly to Madrid in November for a week international training course about RMA Approach, music and communication technologies, involving participants from Ghana, Senegal, Italy, Denmark and Spain;
- Participate in local workshops and meetings of professional orientation;
- Take part in a big final concert in June of 2016.
To know more or to apply for this exciting opportunity please send your CV and a cover letter, both in english to: email@example.com
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Do you want to be part of a project that links your passion for music and new media to the knowledge of other cultures? Do you want to live an experience that will enhance your knowledge and employability skills, allowing you to visit other countries and meet people from other continents?
Centro per lo Sviluppo Creativo “Danilo Dolci” coordinates the project “BOEMI – Building Our Employment skill through Music Investigations and new media”, co-funded by the European Commission (Erasmus+ – KA2 Capacity Building for Youth in ACP countries, Latin America and Asia), aiming at increasing the expertise of 36 youth workers from Europe and Africa through the experimentation of Reciprocal Maieutic Approach (RMA) in the field of music and ICT. The project wants to raise their employability skills through the use of music and innovative educational tools, fostering intercultural, intergenerational and interpersonal exchanges at all levels and increasing their digital, ICT and media literacy skills. During its implementation, a group of youth workers will research traditional music, record and put it on the music platform. Also, participants will attend 5 workshops on music and RMA, spreading knowledge on the promotion of music through ICT. Italian participants will contribute to the organization of a final concert in Palermo involving all the BOEMI international members.
The project envisages the following events:
- Study phase in all partner countries on traditional music, travelling all around the regions discovering local songs
- International Training Course for youth workers in Madrid (Spain) in November 2015 on Reciprocal Maieutic Approach, Music and ICT involving participants coming from Ghana, Senegal, Italy, Denmark and Spain
- Local workshops in all partner countries, involving local associations and schools working with ICT and Music
- Final Seminar in Palermo (Italy)
- Job-counselling in all partner countries
- Music events in all partner countries
CSC is looking for 2 Youth Workers coordinating the Local Working Group corresponding to the following profiles:
- 1 expert in music
- 1 expert in non-formal education
If you want to learn more and join this project, please send a cover letter and your CV in English within the 23rd of April 2015 to firstname.lastname@example.org