Susan Helfter and Beatriz Ilari to present keynote addresses at Brazilian conference

This September, Susan Helfter, chair of USC Thornton’s Music Teaching & Learning department and director of Thornton’s Community Engagement Programs, and Beatriz Ilari of the Music Teaching & Learning faculty, will deliver keynote addresses at the SEMUCE: National Seminar on Music, Culture and Education in São Luis, Brazil.

Helfter will present on “Pathways and Training of Music Teachers Through Hands-on Experiences in Community Engagement,” while Ilari will speak on the topic of “Rethinking Children’s Musical Development: Lessons Learned in Longitudinal Research.” The conference runs September 19-21.

TAGS: Community Engagement, Music Teaching and Learning, Research and Scholarly Studies,