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Trevor Wiggins

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South West Music School

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South West Music School

68 Old Market Street

Bristol, Bristol,BS2 0EJ

United Kingdom

Company Description

South West Music School is a Centre of Advanced Training (CAT) and a music charity working with talented young instrumentalists, singers and composers aged 8 - 18 years in the South West of England. In some circumstances, we can take students up to age 20. Ple...more

Background Information

Employment History

Extern Examiner, Music

University College Cork


Research Associate

School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) at London University


Director of Music

Dartington College of Arts


Editor

Journal of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology


Director

Studies


Director of Music

University College Falmouth


Director of Music

Dartington Plus


Head of Music

Bretton Hall College


Head of Music

The Greensward School


Head of Music

Eastwood High School


Affiliations

British Forum for Ethnomusicology

Editor of Ethnomusicology Forum


Education

piano

Goldsmiths' College


Masters degree

music analysis


Ph.D

Ethnomusicology


Web References(52 Total References)


South West Music School » Mentors and Tutors

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Trevor Wiggins | Piano | Devon
Dr. Trevor Wiggins studied piano and trumpet at University and continues to perform on piano, mostly as an accompanist. He taught in schools for 7 years, then moved in to Higher Education, training teachers and teaching music to undergraduate and postgraduate students.


South West Music School » Mentors and Tutors

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Trevor Wiggins | Piano | Devon
Dr. Trevor Wiggins studied piano and trumpet at University and continues to perform on piano, mostly as an accompanist. He taught in schools for 7 years, then moved in to Higher Education, training teachers and teaching music to undergraduate and postgraduate students.


Induction Day 2012 - South West Music School

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This year's induction day was all about African music, with a focus on rhythm and percussion, led by African music specialist Trevor Wiggins.
Trevor was keen to pass on the importance of being able to play together in a group, an easy concept to grasp with this kind of music. Trevor ended the day by introducing the students to a multi-part marimba/xylophone pattern made up of three very simple parts.


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Trevor Wiggins


Trevor Wiggins - South West Music School

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Trevor Wiggins Trevor studied piano with Audrey Ayliffe and Trumpet with Peter Reeve at Goldsmiths' College and while based in London worked semi-professionally with the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble and the London Bach Society, conducted by Paul Steinitz. Trevor Wiggins has been Director of Music at Dartington College of Arts since 1991. His role includes overall responsibility for all aspects of music/sonic arts within the college including 5 BA courses, MA and postgraduate research, and he is a member of the college senior management team. During his time at Dartington, he has developed innovative new awards that offer students wide possibilities for international exchange or professional placement and evolved the way in which music at Dartington includes the widest range of music found in the contemporary world. His current research work draws on field research in Ghana, West Africa and explores the interface between ethnomusicology, music education and issues for the transmission of culture. He is currently working on a book about the xylophone tradition of the Dagara people of Nandom, Ghana, an edited volume looking at the place of music in children's lives around the world, and an online research journal in World Music. Trevor's training as a musician included qualifying as a teacher as well as BA and MA awards in western music and music analysis. Becoming increasingly interested in the music of Africa in the 1980s, he organised a staff exchange and taught at the University of Ghana in 1988-9, also using the opportunity to learn traditional drum and xylophone music. This led to a number of articles and the book/CD Xylophone Music from Ghana (White Cliffs Media, 1992). He then returned to Ghana in 1994-5 to follow up some of his previous work in learning different drum pieces but also to carry out further study of the recreational xylophone music of the Dagara people around Nandom in the Upper West region. Since 1995, he has returned to Ghana at regular intervals to follow up and develop his research, looking both at the traditions of specific peoples in Ghana and the ways these traditions change and the processes involved. At the same time as publishing, Trevor continues to be active as a performer and teacher of Ghanaian music who has been invited to numerous countries, both teaching and examining the processes and the nature of learning that this engages with. Trevor's PhD thesis (1998 University of Plymouth) drew together a range of his publications, demonstrating the ways in which the apparent diversity of approaches and media formed a coherent contemporary enquiry into music in Ghana that also provided a mirror for more universal issues of tradition, transmission and learning. Prior to his time at Dartington, Trevor trained teachers for 8 years at Bretton Hall College. This has given me a wide experience of interacting with children of different ages and helping them structure their goals, learning and ambitions. Trevor has been described as an inspirational teacher by both colleagues and students and as known for his sympathetic approach and attention to detail that makes people feel special and motivates them to work well.


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