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Pentecostal Church Music praxis, current music trends and challenges: the role of the Pentecostal Church in community music
COVID-19 Lockdown lessons: Optimising for online music learning

PRESENTATIONS

 

    • South African Jazz Educators Conference (2010) – UCT, Cape Town, March 2010

 

    • Tshwane University of Technology Arts Faculty Research day – TUT, Pretoria, April 2010

 

    • Performing Arts in Training Conference – Austria (2010) 

 

    • The South African Society for Research in Music (SASRIM) fifth annual conference - Rhodes University – 23-25 June 2011

 

    • TUT Sustainable Arts Conference – TUT, Pretoria, April 2011

 

    • Moshito 2011   Johannesburg, September 2011

 

    • Histories,Aesthetics and Politics of South African Jazz Indaba – Grahamstown, Rhodes University 17-18 January 2012

 

    • 11th South African Association for Jazz Education Conference – UCT, 25-27 March 2012

 

    • 2012 Bangkok International Education Conference

Perspectives on evaluating Jazz Performance 

 

    • South African Jazz Educators Conference 2013  

 

    • International Music and Wellness Conference, North West University 2013  

 

    • 4th Apartheid Archive Conference. Race, Space, Location and Dislocation: Then and Now, 23 May 2014

 

    • 2014 International Conference on Arts, Culture, Heritage and the National Development Plan:  Vision 2030 1-3 OCTOBER 2014

 

    • The South African Society for Research in Music (SASRIM) eighth annual conference – Free State University – 25-27 August 2016

 

    • South African Jazz Educators 14th conference - 28-30 April 2017 - Cape Town - Exploring Fourths in Jazz Improvisation 

 

    • UP Jazz Symposium - 30 August 2017 - Pretoria - Attendance and performance with UP Arts Orchestra

 

    • National Performing Arts Health Symposium - 2-3 October 2017 - Pretoria - Attendance and performed with Prof Kris Chesky – University of North Texas

 

    • PASME Conference – Seychelles (July 2019)

The impact of social, environment and background aspects on the Indian Pentecostal church musicians’ performance skills and music literacy

    • Resoundings: Transformative Practices in South African Music Studies colloquim – Nelson Mandela University (November 2019)

Perspectives on decolonisation and its implications for Jazz curriculum and teaching approaches

 

SASRIM Virtual conference 2020 

Pentecostal Church Music praxis, current music trends and challenges: the role of the Pentecostal church in community music

 

Perspectives on decolonisation and its implications for Jazz curriculum and teaching approaches


South African Jazz Educators conference 2020

COVID-19 Lockdown lessons: Optimising for online music learning

 

CONFERENCE INVITATIONS

2014 International Education Conference in Las Vegas (2-4 October 2014)

The Business and Social Science Research Conference: Paris 2014 (19-22 December 2014)

 

Oxford Symposium on Religious Studies (2-5 August 2015)


 

RESEARCH PROJECTS

 

– NRF BAAP RESEARCH GRANT 2019-2020

 

Performance Practice Traditions In Pentecostal Church Music


 

ARTICLE PUBLICATIONS

 

The new music programme at Tshwane University of Technology Musicus, Volume 39.1 11

 

 Perspectives on evaluating Jazz Performance Musicus, Volume 41.2.13

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

 

Religion, Music and Identity:  the role of the Pentecostal church within the Indian community in Durban-South Africa, Strategic repositioning of the Arts and Culture in the 21st century: Cambridge

 

Perspectives on decolonisation and its implications for Jazz curriculum and teaching approaches

Submitted for peer review – SAMUS Resounding Colloquim Proceedings