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Welcome from the Chair

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 A little bit about our Chair

Paul Radford

Tasmanian Chair of the Australian Society for Music Education – Tasmania Chapter

Tasmanian Music Educator, Hobart

Paul Radford is a Hobart-based Music Teacher who has taught primary, secondary and senior secondary music.

He is classically trained as a clarinettist, and as a teacher he has had the opportunity to further his interests in particular in choral singing, music composition, conducting and the use of ICT within music and music education. Following on from the work of teachers such as Jon Madin, Gerard Van de Geer and Walt Hampton, Paul has developed a marked interest in school-based marimba ensembles, writing music and making instruments for such. 

Paul has been a member of ASME for a number of years and is pleased to be able to serve the local chapter as Chair. During his time in this role, Paul is particularly keen to support the professional growth of music educators in Tasmania, especially TASME members, through TASME’s provision of relevant and accessible professional learning.

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Greetings all and welcome to our website. We try to update our page regularly and hope to keep you informed of Professional Learning opportunities for 2022.

TASME sends out updates to members at the beginning of each term to update you on new and relevant information. Please check our website and facebook page regularly.  You can click here for information on our Composition Workshop in Hobart on Thursday 21 January, 2021

TASME Chair

Paul Radford

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At our Chapter Council meeting of 8 May 2015 we signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Music Art Society Nepal the purpose of which is to support this charity and their work with underprivileged students. Our Post Chair, Cynthia Howard, will be managing this relationship for us. Cynthia often visits Nepal with friends and colleagues running workshops and getting to know our partners in Nepal. Thanks, Cyn!

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