I am Špela Golobič, violoncellist and Ph.D. in music pedagogy. I studied cello at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana, Slovenia and I spent school year 2002/2003 in Lahti in Finland, where I was Erasmus exchange student. My expertise gained through a doctoral dissertation on “The impact of artistic programs of Slovenian principal musical foundations on cultural development and orientation of the school population”, is in ability to create new audiences among young people.
In 2019 I founded the institute Muzikator and started to organize creative music workshops for Slovene primary and secondary schools. Workshops are designed to enrich musical education of the school population taking into account the curriculum in primary and high schools.
In 2020 I developed Online course for Music teachers. In that course I teach teachers in primary and music schools how to use digital technology for creating music and creative projects with students.
Muzikator is a new culture institute located in medieval town of Škofja Loka, Slovenia. Muzikator deals with the area of arts education in the field of music. In order to promote creative learning Muzikator is creating synergies between the arts and education, artists and teachers, culture and educational foundations. Muzikator organises interactive creative music workshops for Slovene primary and secondary schools. Workshops are designed to enrich musical education of school population taking into account the curriculum in primary and high schools. In strong partnership between Muzikator, Škofja Loka Museum and schools, pupils learn about Slovene music and culture heritage.