Partner: AllegroModerato – Sector: Research – Country: Italy – Place: Milan – Year: 2017 – Project Status: Concluded – Type: AMI
THE PROJECT IN SUMMARY
Publishing research on “Tutta un’altra musica” and organizing a conference at the San Carlo Borromeo Hospital of Milan.
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
To publicize the effects of AllegroModerato’s musical model in pediatric wards, and the growth of a culture of disability.
Doctors and socio-educational hospital staff, interns and volunteers.
The AllegroModerato Orchestra has been organizing musical workshops in the pediatric wards at the San Carlo Borromeo Hospital since 2012, and at the Niguarda Hospital since 2015, with the assistance of disabled, volunteer musicians.
Over the years, AllegroModerato has shown that when the young patients play music with disabled experts and their instruments, the quality of hospital life of the patients improves, as does the relational capacity of the disabled musicians.
The “Worthy of Note” project aims to publicize the “Tutta un’altra musica” project (link to the AMI project page) by publishing research showing its social and economic impact, its positive results, limits and potential, demonstrating the specific AllegroModerato model in the field of inclusive musical instruction.
This research, published by Franco Angeli Editore, was scientifically supervised by the Università degli Studi of Bergamo and will be presented on November 24, 2017 at the San Carlo Borromeo Hospital of Milan, which has hosted the orchestral workshops from the very first time the project was experimented in a pediatric context.
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