A National Collaborative Evaluation of El Sistema-inspired Music Education
July 24, 2017
Researchers from Longy and arts research firm WolfBrown have just completed three years of the first-ever U.S. multi-site, multi-program study on the effects of El Sistema programs on the participants. On Friday, July 21, Drs. Judith Bose, Dennie Wolf, and Steven Holochwost presented the findings at the Take A Stand symposium in LA to a packed hall. The measures used to collect data at the participating sites are now widely available to the field on the WolfBrown website, here. Longy and WolfBrown are enormously grateful to the support of the Buck Family Foundation and Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for making this ground-breaking study possible.