Chorus Chiefs' Views About Chorists' Lifelong Learning Skills

Tuğçe Kaynak

Abstract


An individual with lifelong learning skills is always one step ahead. Individuals develop themselves in the branches of art people are interested in in order to be able to live and develop themselves in a social environment and in different cultural environments. Individuals develop themselves on individual instrument training or collective performance such as choral education in the types of music they are interested in. In the study, the opinions of 5 choirs were taken about the progress of the individuals who were between 55 and 70 years old. A semi-structured interview form has been applied to 5 choir chiefs to determine the effect of chorus work on the social and personal development processes of the chorus work that the chorists participated in this process. Each data obtained as a result of the interview is analyzed by content analysis method. Codes are converted into numerical values and are interpreted. As a result of the research, the positive effects of chorus workshops on social and personal development of the individuals were determined during the lifelong learning process.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v6i11a.3814

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