10 Years C.C.R.S.M.

The Five Music Rights, developed by the International Music Council (IMC) member of UNESCO, have guided C.C.R.S.M.’s work, since its foundation in 2012 until today. The Five Music Rights are inspired by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Declaration of the Rights of the Child, the PEN charter and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.

Having completed 10 years since its establishment, C.C.R.S.M. continues its work across various communities, music groups and sectors regionally and internationally, with this set of values guiding its music leadership path to positive change, inclusion, innovation and progress.

During this 10-year journey, C.C.R.S.M. team had the privilege to collaborate with the following partner organisations: 

ISME-International Society of Music Education

IMS- International Musicological Society

EMC-European Music Council, EU

Arab Academy of Music, Arab League

CAPPE- Cyprus Association of Private Preschool Education

European University of Cyprus

Pancyprian Association of Private Music Teachers,

University of Corfu, Greece

La Scuola Popolare di Musica Donna Olimpia, Italy

Granada University, Spain

University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain

University of Vigo, Spain

Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal

Jeneusse Musicales Hungary

ECA-EC-European Choral Association – Europa Cantat, Germany

Live DMA, Germany

Latvian National Music Council

Unison – Croatian Music Alliance

Helwan University, Egypt

Antonine University, Lebanon

Eastman School of Music- University of Rochester, USA

UCLA-Music Department, USA

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This journey has been possible with the contribution of the following Funders and Supporters:

Funder

Erasmus+ funding scheme, EU

 

Sponsors

CAPPE- Cyprus Association of Private Preschool Education

National Talent Co. & Ministry of Education, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Anastasios G. Leventis Foundation

 

Supporters

European University of Cyprus

University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain

University of Vigo, Spain

La Scuola Popolare di Musica Donna Olimpia, Italy

  

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia K-12 Music Curricula

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s K-12 Music Curricula for comprehensive music education programme and Educators Standards; International comparative research for best practices in music education and curriculum development (2021-2022).

Sponsor

National Talents Company, hired by the Ministry of Education of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)                                                                                                                                 

Coordinator-Leader Institute

Antonine University, Music and Musicology Department, Lebanon

 

Team

Antonine University, Music and Musicology Department, Lebanon

Antonine University Music Research Associates from Lebanon and Sorbonne University musicology research group

International partner

C.C.R.S.M. Cyprus Centre for the Research and Study of Music

 

The project comprises three levels:

  • Conduct a benchmark to evaluate international and regional best practices in curriculum development and extract outcomes;
  • Develop Standards and design K-12 music curricula & evaluation tools for establishing KSA’s comprehensive music education programme;
  • Comparative research for international and regional best practices in music educators' training; define Standards, educator’s profile and content of university studies to obtain suitable qualifications for each cycle of music education (K-12 = from kindergarten to end of secondary school).

CCRSM Int. collaboration for the III International Congress on Music and Culture for Inclusion and Innovation

The III International Congress of Music and Culture for Inclusion and Innovation (III CIMCII) in Spain took place between 26-29 May 2021. This important event is organised by the University of A Coruña, University of Santiago de Compostela and the University of Vigo. Collaborators are the Association of Music Teachers of Galicia (ASOMÚSICA) and C.C.R.S.M. Cyprus Centre for the Research and Study of Music.

https://cimcii.com/ 

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