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  • Connecting Conversations - Interdisciplinarity
    veranderaar Stadsgezelschap 2010 Nieuwe Grond YP RKL 2009 2011 Moves Between COLLECTIE Contact Bart van Rosmalen Bart van Rosmalen Search LAB21 LAB21 Reflected Artistry Interdisciplinarity Art in Conversation Beginings Background and Foreground Connecting instruments Improvisation with a dancer Reflection as Intention Learning to Learn 4 questions Blogging a LAB21 session Research Performance Teacher 21st century Interdisciplinarity What takes place in the process of that which is considered artistic and how does it happen in different types of art forms What can we as musicians learn from dancers poets visual artists etc in terms of our own artistic process by watching them at work and reflecting on the lines that connect all disciplines Another year was spent going into the depths of what we call artistry this time with the help of professionals from other fields in order to observe how their form of art delivers the content and to learn from their approach to the same basic issues we all deal with By looking from their perspective we see how they see and we also see our own point of view with more clarity We learned by sharing about issues such as impulse learning processes communication between ourselves and with the audience and relevance of what we do as artists Evenement Art in Conversation Meeting musically in LAB 21 Art in Conversation is not only about talking Guest artists searching for context finding new ways to connect with society are Bijdrage Anne la Berge Connecting instruments What seems important in terms of this being two instruments meeting facilitated by the players On januari 12th flutist improviser and composer Anne la Berge worked for two hours with masterstudents improvising by experimenting Bijdrage Reflection as Intention Learning to learn Reflection is necessary especially in areas so intangable as improvisation in remember elements

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  • Connecting Conversations - Art in Conversation
    century Evenement Art in Conversation Meeting musically in LAB 21 Bijdrage toevoegen Art in Conversation is not only about talking Guest artists searching for context finding new ways to connect with society are invited to give an insight in their art and way of working Masterstudy participants bring their instruments and together we ll improvise and bring art in the conversation Bijdragen Linda Pijnacker Bart van Rosmalen Reacties Titel Reactie OK Voorbeeld Annuleer Bijdragen Bekijk alle 7 Bijdrage Blogging a LAB21 session On monday the 9th of februari I was a guest at a LAB21 session in the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague With the goal of documenting Bijdrage 4 questions After the first improvisation session an inventarisation of it by each of the players leads to 4 different interpretations of the Bijdrage Anne la Berge Connecting instruments What seems important in terms of this being two instruments meeting facilitated by the players On januari 12th flutist improviser and composer Anne la Berge worked for two hours with masterstudents improvising by experimenting Bijdrage Learning to Learn A Reflection How do musicians learn Do we learn something every time we play What doe we learn Bijdrage Reflection as Intention Learning to learn Reflection is necessary especially in areas so intangable as improvisation in remember elements which work well which can be Bijdrage Beginings Background and Foreground Formulaic types The concept of beginnings and ends can be related to the physical properties of a ball bouncing To start something requires a Trefwoorden het sublieme macht Overeenkomstig Connecting conversations Bijdrage Improvisation with a dancer A video Bijdrage staat de Vrijheid op het Spel ARE YOU LIVING IN A COMPUTER SIMULATION This paper argues that at least one of the following propositions is true 1 the human Bijdrage John Cage 4 33 I have

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  • Connecting Conversations - Beginings, Background and Foreground
    impulse determines not only the beginning but also the the course it will take and when it will reach the ground again When it reaches the ground the resultant bounce is both an end and a beginning Beginning What you see is that the beginning of a phrase section determines its lengh and how it will end that beginning requires energy beforehand and that the end of one thing can provide the impulse for the beginning of another What that means in practical terms is that when you start something you must have longer term view of where you want to go when you want to land and must put in the neccesary impulse intention before the beginning which will result in the desired course Then the progression of the music seems to happen by itself Of course it may be that the ball may be caught it may be stopped or diverted from it s natural path so the actual end is not always a logical outcome of the beginning but the intentional end is Catching or diverting is also another type of beginning taking something which is in motion and transforming it to start something new Background foreground One type of background can be seen in the intention of the performer what happens before piece starts and the concept of the performer For example the performer may have an image in mind which has an influence on what is played but which is is not in itself audible to the listener The intention of the performer may also be a background element when the result is different to the intention when a performer starts something but due to external influences such as another performer does not play what he originally intended Another type of background is when a

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  • Connecting Conversations - Connecting instruments
    dancer Reflection as Intention Learning to Learn 4 questions Blogging a LAB21 session Research Performance Teacher 21st century Bijdrage Anne la Berge Connecting instruments What seems important in terms of this being two instruments meeting facilitated by the players Bijdrage toevoegen On januari 12th flutist improviser and composer Anne la Berge worked for two hours with masterstudents improvising by experimenting with as I interpreted interhuman and interinstrumental contact Lector and teacher Bart van Rosmalen provided Anne and participating students with guidelines written on cards to reflect on this evening s experience and challenged them to relate their reflection to a metaphor piece of art or any other possible association to strengthen the meaning of their reflection First contribution about this improvisation session is written by Anne la Berge who picked out a card with the next phrase What seems important in terms of this being two instruments meeting facilitated by the players Keeping in mind that the instruments function as true extensions of the players thoughts feelings and physicality these two hours brought to my awareness how intimate and yet how articulate the communication can be among musicians Our first experiments at getting to know one another on very basic non verbal levels gave us an identity as a quartet in addition to helping us understand one another as individuals It was remarkable how quickly we found a group trust and an ensemble identity while still giving each person room to improvise By continuing to get to know how each one of us uses our very personal and expressive languages we were able to find our way as musicians Our bodies minds instruments eventually met in a truely magical way The magic can be contributed to a special balance between our perceptions of one another and how we were able

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  • Connecting Conversations - Improvisation with a dancer
    E mailadres Wachtwoord Ingelogd blijven Maak een nieuw wachtwoord Log in Annuleer Log in Home Partners Walter Maas Huis Royal Conservatoire Vrede van Utrecht Gemeente Apeldoorn Amsterdam Bright City Andersson Elffers Felix De Nederlandsche Bank Forum voor Praktijkgericht onderzoek Holland Festival Kennisland Nederlandse Spoorwegen PricewaterhouseCoopers Radio Kootwijk Live Twynstra Gudde ArtEZ Universiteit voor Humanistiek Projecten De kunst van de nieuwe professional Teacher 21st century Innovative Conservatoire nl Lectoren Onderzoek Innovatie Cultuur Young Professionals Vrede van Utrecht Moves Between Thema s Improvisation Practising health and wellbeing Artistry21 Masterclasses LAB21 I C In Verbinding Storylinks Dartington Helsinki Villecroze Coachen van onderzoekers De lector als veranderaar Stadsgezelschap 2010 Nieuwe Grond YP RKL 2009 2011 Moves Between COLLECTIE Contact Bart van Rosmalen Bart van Rosmalen Search LAB21 LAB21 Reflected Artistry Interdisciplinarity Art in Conversation Beginings Background and Foreground Connecting instruments Improvisation with a dancer Reflection as Intention Learning to Learn 4 questions Blogging a LAB21 session Research Performance Teacher 21st century Bijdrage Improvisation with a dancer A video Bijdrage toevoegen Bijdragen Linda Pijnacker Bart van Rosmalen Reacties Titel Reactie OK Voorbeeld Annuleer Hoort bij Evenement Art in Conversation Meeting musically in LAB 21 Art in Conversation is not only about talking Guest artists searching

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  • Connecting Conversations - Reflection as Intention
    Improvisation Practising health and wellbeing Artistry21 Masterclasses LAB21 I C In Verbinding Storylinks Dartington Helsinki Villecroze Coachen van onderzoekers De lector als veranderaar Stadsgezelschap 2010 Nieuwe Grond YP RKL 2009 2011 Moves Between COLLECTIE Contact Bart van Rosmalen Bart van Rosmalen Search LAB21 LAB21 Reflected Artistry Interdisciplinarity Art in Conversation Beginings Background and Foreground Connecting instruments Improvisation with a dancer Reflection as Intention Learning to Learn 4 questions Blogging a LAB21 session Research Performance Teacher 21st century Bijdrage Reflection as Intention Learning to learn Bijdrage toevoegen Reflection is necessary especially in areas so intangable as improvisation in remember elements which work well which can be expanded on and habits for which other solutions should be found It helps to answer questions such as What is the ethos What makes it work What is it about Or how do you judge an improvisation Reflection can also provide a focus for future development Reflection on improvisation provides material which can be used as the intention for another improvisation But it is not so simple as that Improvisation has to be awareness in the moment it should be as if the music happens by itself When you are in this mindset of non doing it can be difficult to reflect Also it is natural to present the results of a reflection as analysis which is good to see how elements work But then an analytical approach does not work when improvising It becomes too much like carrying out a task and it is impossible to improvise when you are trying to do something What is needed is a way in which the mindset of reflection is the same as the mindset of actually playing In my research I am finding guideline for improvisation within particular styles and using them in improvisation Although the

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  • Connecting Conversations - Learning to Learn
    realisation came to me when I was teaching 7 year old Max Max had dyslexia and although I didn t know it for sure at the time I began to alter the way my lessons with Max worked You see Max understood that he was actively learning He could not just play a piece for the sake of it like other children but had to achieve a significant goal within each simple task He needed guided focus and a sense of achievement at the end of it all It sounds simple doesn t it So why don t we all do it to maximise our potential To generalise for sure musicians are used to pedalling up a steep hill against the wind They prepare a piece to take to their teacher the teacher outlines the weakest points they fix the points and perform it in a concert only to be told that their interpretation was not appropriate or they lacked a certain something Is it this process of analysis that gives the best musicians their drive Or is it the smaller details and focus that motivate good students to be better The latter is my epiphany Don t get me wrong the former process guided me through my first degree with flying colours however it is the latter intention that has really improved my understanding and performance of music since Over the years I have discovered that I really can maximise my learning capabilities if I reflect and write before and after the action Before the performance or before the practice session I will more often than not imagine the muscle movements that are needed to play a certain difficult passage or which create that perfect sound After my session I will write down how it felt to play that

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  • Connecting Conversations - 4 questions
    Log in Home Partners Walter Maas Huis Royal Conservatoire Vrede van Utrecht Gemeente Apeldoorn Amsterdam Bright City Andersson Elffers Felix De Nederlandsche Bank Forum voor Praktijkgericht onderzoek Holland Festival Kennisland Nederlandse Spoorwegen PricewaterhouseCoopers Radio Kootwijk Live Twynstra Gudde ArtEZ Universiteit voor Humanistiek Projecten De kunst van de nieuwe professional Teacher 21st century Innovative Conservatoire nl Lectoren Onderzoek Innovatie Cultuur Young Professionals Vrede van Utrecht Moves Between Thema s Improvisation Practising health and wellbeing Artistry21 Masterclasses LAB21 I C In Verbinding Storylinks Dartington Helsinki Villecroze Coachen van onderzoekers De lector als veranderaar Stadsgezelschap 2010 Nieuwe Grond YP RKL 2009 2011 Moves Between COLLECTIE Contact Bart van Rosmalen Bart van Rosmalen Search LAB21 LAB21 Reflected Artistry Interdisciplinarity Art in Conversation Beginings Background and Foreground Connecting instruments Improvisation with a dancer Reflection as Intention Learning to Learn 4 questions Blogging a LAB21 session Research Performance Teacher 21st century Bijdrage 4 questions Bijdrage toevoegen After the first improvisation session an inventarisation of it by each of the players leads to 4 different interpretations of the session and thus 4 different research questions to be explored further by new improvisations conversation and reflection Bijdragen Linda Pijnacker Reacties Titel Reactie OK Voorbeeld Annuleer Hoort bij Evenement

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