Higher Education as Context for Music Pedagogy Research

Volume editor:
Elin Angelo, Jens Knigge, Morten Sæther, Wenche Waagen
Chapter authors:
Anne Haugland Balsnes, Anders Dalane, Fritz Flåmo Eidsvaag, David Scott Hamnes, Anne-Lise Heide, Sunniva Skjøstad Hovde, Dag Jansson, Runa Hestad Jenssen, Carina Borgström Källén, Monica Lindgren, Robin Rolfhamre, Ragnhild Sandberg-Jurström, Jan Ketil Torgersen, Ben Toscher, Roy A. Waade, Olle Zandén

Synopsis

This anthology presents music pedagogical research as a field of integrated reflection that transcends institutional and disciplinary barriers. The anthology aims to reinforce thinking, knowledge development and collaboration in the broad landscape of music pedagogical research and education. The authors are associated with performance music education, pre-service and in-service teacher education, specialist music teacher education, and early childhood teacher education.

Through 14 chapters, the anthology examines admission tests and assessment guidelines in performing music education, music in interdisciplinary work in teacher education, notions of musicality in early childhood teacher education, entrepreneurship in higher music education, the principle instrument in general music teacher education, evaluation of concert production in music teacher education, multiculturalism across various music teacher educations, pipe organ education for children, dilemmas in Scandinavian choir-leader education, work experiences of female professors in music education, a performing musician’s path to becoming a researcher, state funding and the mandate of performance music education, and the discursive terms of music/teacher education at four institutions of higher education. The topics and discussions addressed in these chapters are central across the higher educational programs that qualify students to teach in the various fields of music education.

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Author Biographies

Elin Angelo

Elin Angelo (PhD) is professor of music education at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Teacher Education. Her research interests include higher music education, music teacher education, music and art school-related research and professionalism. Further information: https://www.ntnu.edu/employees/elin.angelo

Jens Knigge

Jens Knigge (Dr. phil) is professor of music education at Nord University, Faculty of Education and Arts, Campus Levanger. He is a board member of the German Association for Research in Music Education (AMPF) and co-editor of the Bulletin of Empirical Music Education Research (b:em). His research interests include music teacher education, musical competency development, and psychological aspects of musical teaching and learning. Further information: http://jensknigge.info

Morten Sæther

Morten Sæther is professor (docent) of music education at Queen Mauds University College of Early Childhood Education. (DMMH). His research interests include music in early childhood education, children’s musical development and preschool teacher professionalism. Further information: https://dmmh.no/om-dmmh/ansatte/morten-sather

Wenche Waagen

Wenche Waagen is associate professor in music education at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Music. Her research interest is directed towards music- and art schools, the knowledge base of instrumental teachers and assessment in performing music. Further information: https://innsida.ntnu.no/person/wenchw

Anne Haugland Balsnes

Anne Haugland Balsnes (PhD) is professor of music at the University of Agder (UiA), Department of Classical Music and Music Education. Her research interests include singing in choral, educational and religious contexts and choral conductor education. Further information: https://www.uia.no/kk/profil/annehb

Anders Dalane

Anders Dalane is associate professor of music pedagogy and music science at Nord university, Department of Teacher Education, Arts and Cultural Studies. His research interests include music performances and cultural studies, music in health context and education. Further information: https://www.nord.no/no/ansatte/anders-dalane#&acd=accAboutMe&acd=h-uprr&acd=h-upor

Fritz Flåmo Eidsvaag

Fritz Flåmo Eidsvaag is assistant professor of music education at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Teacher Education. His research interests include higher music education and generalist teacher education, as well as artistic research. Further information: https://innsida.ntnu.no/person/eidsvaag

David Scott Hamnes

David Scott Hamnes (PhD) is associate professor at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Music, senior advisor in church music to Norway’s Church Council, organ teacher at Trondheim municipal music and art school, and director of music at Ilen parish church, Trondheim. His research interests include reception and historical studies in hymnology, die neue Sachlichkeit and musicology, and music education. Further information: https://www.ntnu.no/ansatte/david.scott.hamnes

Anne-Lise Heide

Anne-Lise Heide is associate professor of music at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Department of Teacher Education. Her research interests include interdisciplinarity and aesthetic learning processes in teacher education. Further information: https://innsida.ntnu.no/user/annelhei/ansatt/min-profil

Sunniva Skjøstad Hovde

Sunniva Skjøstad Hovde (PhD) is associate professor of music at Queen Maud University College of Early Childhood Education (DMMH). Her research interests include music and arts education, marginalization and music, post-qualitative and arts based methodologies, and traditional music in a global context. Further information: https://dmmh.no/om-dmmh/ansatte/sunniva-skjostad-hovde

Dag Jansson

Dag Jansson (PhD) is associate professor of arts management at Oslo Metropolitan University (OsloMet) and choral conducting at the Academy of Music and Drama, Gothenburg. His research interests include aesthetic leadership, choral conductor competences, and arts education. Further information: https://www.routledge.com/authors/i17670-dag-jansson

Runa Hestad Jenssen

Runa Hestad Jenssen is a performer within the vocal field, and assistant professor in Music at Nord University, Faculty of Education and Arts. Her research concerns music education, singing, gender, performativity, embodiment and the sociocultural aspects of singing. Currently she is working on a PhD study on female voice change. Further information: https://www.nord.no/no/ansatte/runa-hestad-jenssen

Carina Borgström Källén

Carina Borgström Källén (PhD) is an associate professor of music education at the University of Gothenburg, department Academy of Music and Drama. Her research interests include gender perspectives on music education, preparatory music education and higher music education. Further information: https://www.gu.se/en/about/find-staff/c7f6f184-d3ba-41a8-9646-5b198025ed31

Monica Lindgren

Monica Lindgren (PhD) is professor in music education at the Academy of Music and Drama, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Her research interest is directed towards aesthetic/artistic learning in relation to issues of power, identity and inclusion in various types of educational contexts. Further information: https://www.gu.se/om-universitetet/hitta-person/monicalindgren

Robin Rolfhamre

Robin Rolfhamre (PhD) is professor of music pedagogy at the University of Agder (UiA), Department of Classical Music and Music Education. His research is rooted in music pedagogy, early music performance studies, and organology. As a performer, he has released several full albums and has performed concerts worldwide. Further information: www.rolfhamre.com

Ragnhild Sandberg-Jurström

Ragnhild Sandberg-Jurström (PhD) is senior lecturer in music education at Ingesund School of Music, Department for Artistic Studies, Karlstad University, Sweden. Her research interests include conditions for musical learning and development, and formative and summative feedback/assessment in music teacher education. Further information: https://www.kau.se/forskare/ragnhild-sandberg-jurstrom

Jan Ketil Torgersen

Jan Ketil Torgersen is assistant professor in music at Queen Maud University College of Early Childhood Education (DMMH). His research is focused on childrens interaction with information technology, music activities in kindergarten and childrens culture as a part in modern society. Further information: https://dmmh.no/om-dmmh/ansatte/jan-ketil-torgersen

Ben Toscher

Ben Toscher is in his final year as a PhD student as part of SFU Engage, a research center dedicated to engaged education through entrepreneurship, at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Institute for Industrial Economy and Technology Management. His published research examines entrepreneurship education in music and arts education, entrepreneurial learning, and experiential learning pedagogy. Further information: https://bit.ly/347wDmj

Roy A. Waade

Roy A. Waade (PhD) is associate professor at Nord University, Norway. The main focus in his work as a music teacher educator, musician and researcher, is improvisation, “instant composing” and school-concerts. Further information: https://www.nord.no/no/ansatte/roy-aksel-waade#&acd=h-uprr&acd=h-upor&orpi=1&orpi=2

Olle Zandén

Olle Zandén (PhD) is associate professor in music education and head of the pedagogical unit at the Academy of Music and Drama, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. His research interests are focused on the music classroom, especially with regard to evaluative and communicative aspects of music teaching and learning. Further information: https://www.gu.se/om-universitetet/hitta-person/adae3051-166f-40d3-8271-565ecbef25c8

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