Experiment and create new sounds and compositions with your little one in these playful music workshops led by composer Karen Power.
These free workshops will explore ‘found sounds’ made from everyday objects you can find around the house and outside in nature. The workshops will spark your little ones’ natural openness and curiosity through a series of delightful composing, improvising, listening and play activities.
Children, along with their grown-ups, will use a playful approach to create their own magical music and soundscapes.
For safety reasons, a parent or grown-up should be present in the room throughout the event, and if necessary be available to assist their child. Grown-ups will be asked to actively participate in this workshop alongside the children exploring and creating sound together.
You Will Need:
- Computer/Tablet with internet access for Zoom – placed on a table at children’s eye level. As the sound quality of smartphones aren’t ideal for a music workshop, for your own enjoyment we would encourage you, if possible, to use a tablet or computer.
- Three objects from around the house and three objects you’ve found outside in nature that makes an interesting sound
- One rectangular piece of cardboard for each child, about A4 in size e.g. cereal box card, paper, even box lid will do.
- Cushion or comfy seat to sit on.
Free, places limited, booking required.
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