Dr. Marina Gall is EAS Vice President and member of the so-called SCHEME group (the Steering Committee for the Harmonization of European Music Education). She is an internationally renowned expert in European music teacher education systems as well as digitization and special needs/disabilities in music education. In 2022 she was lecturer in the Summer School “Teaching the SDGs” at the UP. She will be part of the SAB, offering the EAS network to TEAM and helping with the afterlife of the project.

The European Association for Music in Schools (EAS) interconnects all those involved in music education (teachers, teacher educators, researchers, students, musicians, policy makers) to share knowledge and experience in practice and research, and to advocate for high quality music education that is accessible to all young people. The EAS aims to support the music education community in fostering and developing essential competencies to advance practice and research, and to aid cultural awareness. Our work nvites music educators to motivate learners to pursue their own interests and goals with confidence, and to facilitate young people’s creativity. The EAS operates in accordance with the principles of UNESCO. The EAS organises an annual conference, initiates and engages in a range of other music education activities and projects, and cooperates with partner organisations in the European and global context.

EMC Board Member (EMC – the European Music Council Associated Partner)
In TEAM one of the EMC board members will act as a member of the Scientific Advisory Board and on dissemination. The European Music Council (EMC) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the development and promotion of all genres and types of music in Europe. It is a network that promotes and supports music- related activities for representatives of both national music councils and European networks involved in the fields of music education, creation, performance, participation, production and heritage.

The EMC contributes to a better mutual understanding amongst people and their different cultures, and promotes the right for their musical cultures to coexist. Therefore, it provides exceptional value to its members through the analysis of policy developments and formulation of policy statements; capacity building and knowledge exchange, as well as creating networking opportunities within and beyond the music sector on an international platform.