Jonas Cisar Romme
Arbeids- og kompetanseområde
Jonas is lecturer in music education and community music and researcher at Western Norway University College of Applied Sciences.
Since 2016 he has been central in the development of Scandinavia’s first bachelor program in Community Music.
He holds a master’s degree in Creative Subjects and Learning Processes from 2015. The thesis is named "My Music Performance is Changing!" - Perspectives on "The Aesthetic Talk" in Ensemble Teaching in Upper Secondary School.
He has a background as a music teacher in Norwegian upper secondary school (“Musikklinja”), in municipal culture schools, as music reviewer, arranger for choir and big band, and is currently conducting/leading and arranging for a local big band.
- Teaching subjects: Arranging/Composing, popular music and jazz music history, ensemble playing, how to workshop, ear training, music theory, community music philosophy, history and central concepts, supervision of bachelor candidates.
- Jonas is active as a researcher in "School and concert - from transmission to dialogue" - an innovation project on Norwegian professional visiting concerts in partnership with Kulturtanken, founded by the Norwegian Research Council (www.diskoprosjektet.no). This project runs for four years from 2017.
- Jonas's research interests are creativity, learning processes, inclusion, democracy and sustainability, the potential of community music praxis in Scandinavian music pedagogy, music philosophies and their relationship to quality conceptions.
- Culture, Criticism, Community – research in arts education
- Kunstnerisk utviklingsarbeid (KU)