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Creative Approaches to Music Education 21st March 2015
Andrea Sangiorgio is a leading exponent of the Orff approach. He is based in Rome where he is director of the Centro Didattico Musicale. He works regularly in schools and is involved in training teachers. He studied at the Orff Institute in Salzburg where he regularly leads courses. He works internationally and in recent years he has led workshops in England for the Orff Society. He is studying at Exeter University and we are delighted that he can work with us again. Creative music making activities are aimed at the 5-11 age range and take into account teachers’ varied music teaching experience. Participants will make music through rhythm and movement; stories, speech and song; and classroom percussion instruments. Ways into improvising and composing are explored.
Composing Music with Children 27th & 28th June 2015
Make music through rhythm and movement, games with speech, singing and listening and playing instruments. Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th June 2015 Led by Rainer Kotzian
International Summer School 27th to 31st July 2015
This residential summer school offers opportunities to explore, in depth, creative approaches to teaching and learning in music. It aims to give those who work with children both in and out of school a rich and rewarding programme of workshops which explore a variety of ways of making music. Each day will offer a balance of sessions led by leading experts in the Orff approach and workshops to explore singing, and creative work with puppets