On Saturday, 7 October, the Multiplier Event organised by SFOM was held in the cosy ‘Exhibition Hall’ of the Youth Citadel (Cittadella dei Giovani) in Aosta, Italy.
Thirty people were present, mostly teachers and people interested in music education or involved in socially active associations. The event was divided into two parts: an official presentation of the project and its results and a workshop based approach to experiment with some of the good practices documented and recommended by the project.
Sara Mangaretto, co-responsible for the T4C project on behalf of SFOM, did the honors by illustrating the project features and answering the curious and interested questions of those present. This was followed by a much-appreciated workshop held by Riccardo Ruggeri, jazz teacher and singer, based on the use of the Remix-live app, giving practical feedback on what was contained in the various kits presented.
The extremely positive feedback expressed by the audience has flattered and gratified us with the work produced so far. This multiplier event in Aosta (Italy) not only celebrated the progress of the Trainers4Creativity project but also inspired all participants to continue their efforts in shaping a more innovative, inclusive and dynamic future for all.