Lifelong learning for professional musicians

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Abstract

In order to meet the challenges of rapidly changing cultural life in the twenty-first century, professional musicians need to be lifelong learners, drawing on a wide range of knowledge and skills. To be succesful in a variety of roles, they require a reflective and responsive attitude to change. This chapter addresses the concept and meaning of lifelong learning among professional musicians, as well as the ways institutions and teachers can facilitate attitudes and capacities for lifelong learning.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSpecial needs, community music, and adult learning
Subtitle of host publicationan Oxford handbook of music education
EditorsGary E. McPherson, Graham F. Welch
Place of PublicationNew York
PublisherOxford University Press (New York)
Chapter20
Pages290-303
Volume4
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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  • lifelong learning

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Smilde, R. (2018). Lifelong learning for professional musicians. In G. E. McPherson, & G. F. Welch (Eds.), Special needs, community music, and adult learning: an Oxford handbook of music education (Vol. 4, pp. 290-303). New York: Oxford University Press (New York).
Smilde, Rineke. / Lifelong learning for professional musicians. Special needs, community music, and adult learning: an Oxford handbook of music education. editor / Gary E. McPherson ; Graham F. Welch. Vol. 4 New York : Oxford University Press (New York), 2018. pp. 290-303
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Smilde, R 2018, Lifelong learning for professional musicians. in GE McPherson & GF Welch (eds), Special needs, community music, and adult learning: an Oxford handbook of music education. vol. 4, Oxford University Press (New York), New York, pp. 290-303.

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Special needs, community music, and adult learning: an Oxford handbook of music education. ed. / Gary E. McPherson; Graham F. Welch. Vol. 4 New York : Oxford University Press (New York), 2018. p. 290-303.

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Smilde R. Lifelong learning for professional musicians. In McPherson GE, Welch GF, editors, Special needs, community music, and adult learning: an Oxford handbook of music education. Vol. 4. New York: Oxford University Press (New York). 2018. p. 290-303