About Music Education: Why you should be teaching Hip Hop

Monday 9 May 2016

Recital Hall West

Level 1, Sydney Conservatorium of Music Sydney NSW

International Hip Hop, performance poetry and electronic music stars Luka Lesson and Jordan Thomas Mitchell are in-residence at the Conservatorium. In this performance-lecture-workshop they explain why Hip Hop is an important and sophisticated musical culture, and make a case for its place in music education.

Join us afterwards for light refreshments and a chat with the presenters.

Please register here for this event.

Jordan Thomas Mitchell is a multidisciplinary artist and musician, based somewhere between China and America. His range of creative output features music composition and production, film and photography, writing, performance and drama. The focus of Jordan’s work reorders default-narrative conventions, demonstrating alternative ways to construct meaning that are at once present and communicative.

More information – music.sydney.edu.au/research/about-music-education-lecture

ticket pricing
  • Free entry, registrations are required