EUSMARTComposer - Issue #3
Transnational Meeting EU SMART COMPOSER – France
EU SMART COMPOSER is a biannual Erasmus + project that is developing a practical tool to facilitate the transfer of knowledge between music teachers and their students to improve their employability. This project stems from the Composer Boost program developed in Extremadura in recent years by Wazo Coop.
The international consortium promoting EU SMART Composer is formed by Coompanion Göteborg ek. för (Sweden), the coordinating entity, Consorzio Materahub Industrie Culturali e Creative (Italy), Abbaye aux Dames – Lacite musicale-Saintes (France), Le Laba (France), RESEO- European Network for Opera and Dance Education (Belgium) and Wazo Coop (Spain).
On September 15th and 16th, the transnational meeting of the European project EU SMART COMPOSER took place at the Abbaye Aux Dames in Saintes, France.
The activities began on the morning of Wednesday September 15 with a guided tour of the Abbaye aux Dames, where we had the opportunity to enjoy and learn about its impressive heritage, as well as to deepen the important musical activity of the building.
This was followed by Diana Ghine a from Coompanion, who shared with the rest of the consortium the progress of the EuSmartComposer project management, monitoring and reporting.
The morning was spent with a continuous debate on the project and the different points of view of the consortium and we were able to learn from RESEO the results of the previous desk research and the results of the surveys conducted by the different organizations that make up the consortium.
The afternoon began with Wazo Coop and RESEO leading the debate on the different approaches to the didactic method of the project and the sharing of the case studies carried out by each partner.
The end of the day was a very interesting opportunity for the different people who are part of the consortium to get to know each other better, sharing concerns and points of view about EuSmartComposer, as well as about different aspects related to our work.
The day of Thursday, September 16 began with an intense activity of co-design of the training packs, where we had the opportunity to focus on the needs in terms of branding, entrepreneurship, digital marketing and leadership. These activities were led by Wazo Coop and also involved an interesting debate on the different aspects discussed.
Then Marta Lozano Molano from Wazo Coop shared the project launched through a crowdfunding campaign «Música Social» as a success story, the publication of a method of musical composition and piano that facilitates education in values in young people according to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations Agenda 2030.
During the afternoon, several workshops of co-design and debate on the results (Intellectual Outputs) of EuSmartComposer took place, with the participation of all the organizations, to later share the results and expectations of the Transnational Meeting and say goodbye knowing a little more about the cities of Saintes and Bordeaux.