• FAQs


    Where does the word 'MusIntegrACTION' come from?


    MusIntegrACTION is an acronym made up of the words Music, Integration and Action.

    We believe that it sums up the spirit of our project, as educational centres inheritors of western musical tradition, mainly European, we must strive to implement and ensure that the musical education taught in conservatories will effectively be a right of all citizens.

    The secondary education and music teaching curricular integration programmes that are implemented at the educational institutions making up our strategic partnership are precisely aimed at getting the greatest number of citizens to take part in musical culture, regardless of whether they will dedicate themselves professionally to it or not. They also seek to help musical institutions achieve a more relevant role in their field, promoting social change.


    Which educational centres participate in the MusIntegrACTION Strategic Partnership?


    The MusIntegrACTION project is developed thanks to the joint work of seven educational institutions:

    What activities related to your project were carried out during the first year of the strategic partnership?


    MusIntegrACTION was created in September 2018, and from then on the association’s activity has been overwhelming.

    The first meeting of the project, which was of an organizational nature, took place from 5 to 7 November in Trento (Italy). On the other hand, between 15 and 18 January the first teachers’ meeting “Different solutions for the same need: curricular integration models” was held in Weimar, Germany. It was followed by a students’ meeting in Trento, whose theme was “The cultural heritage of the participating regions”, and which took place from 11 to 15 February.

    The project activity during the 2018-2019 academic year course was completed with the teachers’ meeting "Curricular integration target groups: a programme for training professional musicians or music fans?”, held in Lisbon from 25 to 28 March, and with the students’ international conference “Characteristics of my educational institution”, held in Murcia from 6 to 10 May.

    Finally, the project coordinators met in Weimar from 11 to 13 July to assess the objectives achieved in the first year of our Strategic Partnership and identify the activities that were implemented for the academic year 2019-2020.


    What activities related to your project were carried out during the second and third years of the strategic partnership?


    During the 2019-2020 school year, two teacher meetings were held on the topics “Institutions with music integrated curriculum educational programs: urgent needs” (Trento, 25-29 November 2019) and “Music curriculum integration as a necessary but not sufficient condition to educational success: renovation of methodological and didactic approaches in music institutions and secondary education classrooms” (Murcia, 2-6 March 2020).

    In addition, in 2019-2020 a student meeting was held on the topic “Transforming the surroundings through my educational institution” (Lisbon, 3-7 February 2020). The last student meeting, in which the participants were discussing about changes desired in their institutions to accommodate their learning and profesionnal needs, had to be postponed to the 2020-2021 academic year due to the impact of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic and was finally hosted online by Weimar Musikgymnasium on 17-19 May 2021.

    The project concluded with various final activities (temporary exhibitions, fundraising concerts, etc.) and a final on-line transnational meeting where the coordinators carried out the final evaluation of the project as well as agreed on the common lines of work that we will continue to develop in the future.



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