Special for Kids!
For the children is important to have musical experiences and to approach to music in a practical and interactive way. Various scientific studies have demonstrated the fundamental role that music plays within the general education and in particular in young children.
Our early music education courses are collective courses in which children will have the opportunity to experiment and therefore be aware of some of the main aspects of music, through various laboratories:
- rhythmic laboratories: rhythm is one of the fundamental elements of music and the best way to get familiar with it is to experiment with your own body. We will try some motor games that will bring the child closer to the concept of time and rhythm. They will use the body, some tools, movement and much more.
- musical listening: guided musical listening of songs of various genres and periods because through listening and analysis, children can start developing an ear musical and a creative-critical spirit.
- singing: singing and intonation of simple melodies, to help children develop and activate a good "ear musical", indispensable to learn music.
- musical writing: a laboratory to activate musical creativity, through an informal musical alphabet suitable for young children, format from signs, symbols, images. Since very young it is possible to create music ... creating yes learn better.
- first approach with musical instruments: the child will also have the possibility of get to know and experience music by playing some instruments (like ORFF instruments and other classical instruments).
Give your child the chance to start experiencing music ... in a different way!
Who said that to write music you need years of study?
Who said that the composition is a difficul discipline just for few people?
Why could not even a child write music?
To all these questions we will try to answer through our course/laboratory of experimental composition. As a child can learns to draw, to read, to write ... so he can really learn in a few steps to write music.
The experimental composition course aims to introduce children and young people towards musical creation through conventional languages (the musical alphabet we all know) and unconventional languages (graphic symbols, letters, drawings, shapes, gestures and more).
The child will be free to experiment and improvise various types of sounds, rhythms, effects and colors using his body or commonly used objects as an instrument, even various musical instruments.
The composition is a very important aspect not only in music education but also in the instrumental field. Creating music becomes easier to understand how to play, how to listen, how to think ...
Would you like to "ear" the sounds of a a drawing, a word, a gesture, an image?
Would you like to learn how to tell musical stories?
Would you like to learn how to compose music?
Come and discover with us how it's done!