Tony Woodcock, President of New England Conservatory reports back on the Reflective Conservatoire Conference 2015. Read here.

Download the Full Conference Reader and session by session schedule!

You can now download the final full conference reader (PDF, 17MB) and session-by-session schedule (PDF, 234KB)!

You can also view the reader and schedule on our online ISSUU viewer.

Themed Lunchtime Sessions – Download Papers

Friday 27 13:30-14:15
Saturday 28 12:45-13:30

The Reflective Conservatoire Conference 2015: Creativity and Changing Cultures

Thursday 26 February – Sunday 1 March 2015

The Guildhall School of Music & Drama’s Reflective Conservatoire Conference is held every three years and is an established feature of the international events calendar.

The Conference brings together leading performers, teachers and researchers from all over the world to address the key issues in Higher Education within music and drama, explored through a series of performances, practical workshops, keynote speeches, curated sessions, seminars and round-table discussions.

The 4th international Reflective Conservatoire Conference, Creativity and Changing Cultures, will take place in London at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama (including our flagship new building, Milton Court) and the Barbican Centre from Thursday 26 February to Sunday 1 March 2015.

Liz Lerman, a choreographer, dancer, educator, writer, and creator of the Critical Response Process, talks with conference director Professor Helena Gaunt, Vice Principal and Director of Academic Affairs at the Guildhall School, ahead of her keynote at the Reflective Conservatoire Conference 2015, 26 Feb-1 March 2015.

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