Más allá de la Orquestra Geração: El retrato de Manuela, una joven que soñaba con ser clarinetista profesional.

Beyond the Orquestra Geração: The Manuela’s portrait, a youngster who dreamt with becoming a professional clarinetist.

Ana Luísa Veloso

Resumen


En este artículo se ofrece un análisis de la trayectoria de una joven clarinetista que, después de su paso por la Orquestra Geração decidió ingresar en el Conservatorio Nacional, con el sueño de emprender una carrera profesional en el mundo de la música. Realizado a partir del retrato sociológico de Manuela, este análisis se encuentra en el cruce entre la teoría disposicional de Lahire y de una concepción de educación que se desprende del pragmatismo de Dewey, así como de algunos autores relacionados con la pedagogía crítica. El retrato es interpretado a través de un triángulo definido a partir de estas dos líneas y es analizado a través del concepto de «sostenibilidad» (Mota y Figueiredo, 2012). Esta discusión plantea algunas cuestiones problemáticas sobre el momento de transición que ciertos músicos jóvenes pueden enfrentar cuando salen del proyecto Orquestra Geração para unirse a otros contextos educativos formales relacionados con la educación musical. Al final, se presentan además algunas posibles soluciones para superar las problemáticas emergentes.



This article offers an analysis of the journey of a young clarinetist who, after finishing her path at Orquestra Geração, decided to join the National Conservatory, with the dream of building a professional career in the music world. Created from Manuela's sociological portrait, this analysis stands in the crossing between Lahire's dispositional theory and an idea of education that emerges from Dewey's Pragmatism as well as from some authors connected with Critical Pedagogy. The portrait is therefore read in a triangle that defines itself from these two lines, and is analyzed through the concept of “sustainability” (Mota & Figueiredo, 2012). This discussion raises some problematic questions about the transitional moment that certain young musicians may cross when they leave the project Orquestra Geração to join other formal educational contexts connected with music education. In the end, some possible directions to overcome the problems that have emerged in the discussion section will be presented.

Palabras clave


Orquestra Geração; comunidad de práctica; educación y crecimiento; sostenibilidad; retratos sociológicos.



Orquestra Geração; community of practice; education and growing; sustainability; sociological portraits.

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