Connecting Body, Voice and Heart: Playful and collaborative ways in the Orff Schulwerk Approach
A QOSA Connect Workshop
Saturday 21 October
Where: Wooloowin State School
Time: 9-11 am (followed by catereed morning tea)
Cost: $40 (Full-time students free)
Registrations close: Wed 18 October
In movement and sound, activating our bodies and minds in simple dance and body percussion, we connect to the song material and explore possibilities as creators - improvising, composing and arranging.
Inviting musical thinking, reflective listening and creative contribution.
Using music from around the world we build and layer simple collaborative ideas to become musical soul delights created and experienced together.
We invite you to explore "Hidden Path" & "Tumbala"
Presented by Tina Beh
Tina is classroom music specialist at Pine Community School on the northside of Brisbane. Originally working in high school settings, Tina has been in the primary classroom space since 2010. Her passion and joy in facilitating music making with others for health and wellbeing finds expression in the classroom and in the community choir she runs. Tina has completed all four levels of the Orff Schulwerk Teacher Training Courses, which has greatly supported her ability to facilitate joyful, inclusive and collaborative music making spaces. She is delighted to create opportunities for the Orff Schulwerk approach to be experienced by all.
Ingredients to inspire, nourish and refresh you and your students.
-A sound landscape to play in
-A small song & an unusual song
-A poem to sing
-A dance unfolds
What better way to spend a Saturday morning!!
Join us afterwards for a chat over a cuppa and catered morning tea.
... music as a social experience and innate need, rather than an object or product.
Thomas Turino (2008), ‘Music as Social Life: The Politics of Participation’