University of Zagreb, Croatia
Ana Čorić is part of the Pedagogy and Professional Development team. She has previously attended Ethno and Ethnofonik events, and attended Ethno Estonia 2019 as a participant-observer as part of this research.
Born in Rijeka, Croatia, Ana is an assistant in the Music Education Department of the Academy of Music, University of Zagreb, where she graduated in 2012, after finishing her bachelor studies in Music at Juraj Dobrila University of Pula. Now she is a PhD student in Education in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. Her special artistic and educational interests and fields of research are artistic citizenship and citizenship education, professional identity, university civic (third) mission, community music, group music activities, interdisciplinary approach in music education and youth studies. As a musician, she has much experience as a choir singer and conductor with various vocal groups. She collaborates with the Croatian National Television where she does tv programmes for children, teachers and parents. In November 2015 she researched Ethnofonik, the training program for artistic leaders of Ethno camps. As of 2019 she is a member of the working group “Music and Music Higher Education Institutions’ Role in The Society” in AEC (Association Europenne des Conservatoires, Academies de Musique et Musikschulen) as a part of the project “Strengthening Music in the Society”.