Date of appointment: 1 February 2016
Monday 22 February 15:00 ~ Graduation ceremony for Diploma in Music, BA Music & Society, and BMus in the Sanlam Auditorium Tuesday 23 February 10:00 ~ Graduation ceremony for Honours BA Music in the Sanlam Auditorium Thursday 25 February 11:10-13:00 ~ Colloquium in Oppibib Friday 26 February 12:10-13:00 ~ Student Assembly — Reflecting on our Dalcroze experiences in Oppibib Saturday 27 February 09:00-16:00 ~ Sêrsimposium in the Conservatory Hall
Programme & Year: PhD in Music Education Hometown: Pretoria Instrument(s): Piano Classical guitar Professional ideals: To finish my doctoral thesis as soon as possible! Top 5 must-hear music: 1. Beethoven — Violin Concerto 2. JS Bach — Toccata & Fugue in d minor performed by Jacques Loussier 3. Shaun Dave with Rita Conolly — Ripples in the rock pools 4. Kathleen Battle — Hush 5. Rebecca Törnqvist — Cuckoo Which.
Tuesday 24 March 12:15-13:00 ~ Student Assembly: Studying in Europe in Oppibib. 13:00-13:30 ~ Easter Egg Hunt in Oppibib. Wednesday 25 March 3rd International Conference on Spirituality and Music Education Thursday 26 March 3rd International Conference on Spirituality and Music Education Friday 27 March 3rd International Conference on Spirituality and Music Education Dalcroze training in Oppibib. Saturday 28 March Dalcroze training in Oppibib. Sunday 29 March Ms Dirkie Nell’s birthday.
Tuesday 24 February 12:15-13:00 ~ Student Assembly: Research Projects in Oppibib Wednesday 25 February • Design Indaba Conference simulcast in the Conservatory Hall. • Prof Hetta Potgieter’s birthday. 14:00 ~ Musikhane Thursday 26 February • Design Indaba Conference simulcast in the Conservatory Hall. Friday 27 February • Design Indaba Conference simulcast in the Conservatory Hall. • Dalcroze Workshop at the Conservatory. Saturday 28 February • Dalcroze Workshop at the Conservatory.
Programme & Year: MMus, 1st year Hometown: Krugersdorp Instrument(s): Piano and Singing Professional ideals: Music education: Toddlers (run my own KiddiBeat franchise); Children (piano, singing, music literacy and musicianship); Adults (piano, singing, musicianship, etc.) Big dream = lecturing. And performing whenever I get the chance, especially new music. Top 5 must-hear music: 1. Bach — Chromatic Fantasy & Fugue in d minor, BWV903 2. Chopin — Nocturne, Op. 48 No..
Date of appointment: January 2014 Teaching responsibilities: Music Education, Director of Jazz Ensembles Performance interests: Piano, guitar, jazz, pop, classical, early music — anything Research interests: Jazz Education, Music Education, African Music, Dalcroze Who are/were your professional mentors/inspiration? Ove Lundin, Noel Stockton, Roland Moses, Eva Wedin, Incca Rasmusson, Ing-Marie Lindberg-Thörnberg, Dr Liesl van der Merwe, Prof Hannes Taljaard, Prof Hetta Potgieter Top 5 must-hear music: 1. Chick Corea 2. Avishai.
Curriculum & Year: BMus, 4th year Instrument(s): Violin Professional ideals: Professional goals are to become a lecturer in Dalcroze Eurhythmics and to combine Eurhythmics with instrumental teaching. Top 5 must-hear music: 1. Debussy — Piano Trio in G major 2. Prokofiev — 5 Mélodies 3. JS Bach — Three-Part Invention in g minor 4. Coldplay — Green Eyes 5. Red Hot Chili Peppers — Factory of Faith (And an Arctic.
Introducing our friendly receptionist, Ms Eulalia Johnson, and she’s also an alumnus! Date of appointment: 1 March 2006 Qualifications: University Diploma in Music, BA Music & Society, Honours BA Music (NWU) Who are/were your professional mentors/inspiration? Ms Hester de Beer & Mr Waldo Weyer Top 5 must-hear music: 1. Bruno Mars — Treasure 2. Kelly Clarkson — Dark Side 3. Jessie J — Price Tag 4. Alexandra Burke — Bad.
Ms Ing-Marie Lindberg-Thörnberg from the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, Sweden is currently a visiting lecturer at the NWU School of Music for the month of March as part of the Linneaus-Palme exchange programme. She is an expert in the Dalcroze approach to music education and will teach in all the undergraduate music programmes. Ms Lindberg-Thörnberg studied the Dalcroze method as a student of Ebba Burton, Dagmar Wide-Unterkircher, Heléne.