Music education, improvisational play and dancing between disciplines: Brian Pertl at TEDxLawrenceU





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Published on May 15, 2013

Brian Pertl, Dean of the Conservatory of Music, Lawrence University - Dean Pertl gave a performance oriented, interactive presentation on how integrating music into K-12 curriculum can foster the thinking that is core to the liberal arts ideal.

Musicians: Dane Richeson, percussion; Matt Turner, cello; Mark Urness, bass

Scenic Design by Keith Pitts

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