The objective of the project was to provide innovative support for building resilience and adaptability in the music education sector whose activities have been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and the limitations thereof.
A colourful set of resources are here to give you guidance in teaching music in different settings, i.e. online, hybrid and offline, exhibiting experience from Finland, Hungary, Ireland, and Scotland.
The consortium was led by the Kodály Institute of the Liszt Academy, Hungary, with project partners Caprice Oy from Finland, the owner of Minifiddlers who offer online Colourstrings courses; the National Youth Choir of Scotland (NYCoS); Dublin City University - School of Theology, Philosophy and Music (DCU, Ireland); and Sing Ireland, Ireland's national support organisation for choral and group singing.
More information is on the project's website.