Tuesday, October 3, 2023
Tuesday, October 3, 2023
Would you like to teach the world to sing... in perfect harmony? 🎶
This quick and easy 90 minute online session is aimed at practitioners working with 4-11 year olds to help their students sing in harmony without putting their hands over their ears and shouting (just joking - but that's what many of us feel like doing when it gets a bit tricky).
We'll be sharing ideas for:
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This fun online workshop is fully interactive - cameras on with engagements on text chat, vocal inputs from delegates, emoticons, quizzes and an appreciation of teachers' own valid experiences. There will be an opportunity to stay online at the end for a chat with the facilitators Sara Feldmann Brummer and Louisa Roberts about your own context. All delegates who attend and participate will receive helpful follow up links and resources from Being Musical.
Co-facilitator: Being Musical Associate Sara Feldmann Brummer
“I’m a singer and vocal consultant. I first got into singing when I watched The Sound of Music for the first time and realised that I wanted to be running over the Alps singing "the hills are alive!"
Looking forward to singing with you, and sharing a delicious buffet of fun singing activities and resources – yes, food is my other passion, and I promise there will be lots of songs about that too!I'm a Cantorial Soloist at various London synagogues, as well as performing with Sabra Swing jazz band and The Kitchen Quartet vocal group (there's that food link again).”
Co-facilitator: Being Musical's Lead Learning Specialist Louisa Roberts
"My passion for singing started when I was really small before I went to school when I used to sing along to my dad's vinyl country music albums and make up silly lyrics to the music on the tv testcard and dance along.
Through later experiences using Kodály methodologies and teaching and supporting practitioners in primary schools as a learning leader, I’ve magpied and developed fun ideas on how to develop the inner ear and help children, young people and adults to part-sing beautifully.
I currently perform with Joyful Company of Singers, a London based chamber choir, singing second soprano - without covering my ears - at least for some of the time!"
Being Musical Workshops are a series of fun, interactive online live global workshops specifically aimed at performing arts teachers working in a whole class context with children and young people.
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