Inquiry into the extent, benefits and potential of music education in Victorian schools (Parliament of Victoria: Education and Training Committee)

    Activity: External Academic EngagementSubmissions to industry or govt committees, commissions and inquiries


    Louise was part of a panel of Australian music education experts who attended this enquiry from Monash University. As part of this advisory panel she provided advice to the enquiry about the purpose and role of singing in primary schools in relation to the development of the whole child, cultural inclusion and general music skills. Louise also spoke about the accessibility of music in primary schools both in terms of budgetary considerations and the availability of the voice itself, which every child has.
    PeriodNov 2013
    Work forParliament of Victoria, Australia, Victoria


    • primary school music; Victorian parliamentary music education enquiry; benefits of music education in school