PEDAGOGICAL MEETINGS ONLINE

with Françoise Lombard

The pedagogical meetings in group accompany the use of each volume of the Audio Library “music and movement”.

They are highly recommended because they promote, in a live exchange, the understanding of the approach and the establishment of concrete links between music and practice in class.

Each volume of the Library contains approximately ten musical tracks centered on various subjects which make up the musical language.

Three meetings per volume (or more, on request of the group) are planned to cover its contents. The musical learning themes follow the chronological order of the volume (3-4 tracks per meeting).

Fees: $20 US per meeting

Prerequisite: the purchase of the Audio Library volume corresponding to the meetings.

There is no specific progression between the volumes, so one can start with any of them.

 NEXT DATES ON VOLUME 3   CANADA / USA / SE-ASIA / AUSTRALIA

 

Duration : 75 minutes

 Meeting #1      Saturday May 22 at 20:00 Montreal (EDT)

                       Sunday May 23 am (SE-Asia, Australia)

 

Meeting #2      Saturday June 5 at 20:00 Montreal (EDT)
                       Sunday June 6 am (SE-Asia, Australia)


Meeting #3     Saturday June 19 at 20:00 Montreal (EDT)

                      Sunday June 20 am (SE-Asia, Australia)

info@stareyesmusiceducation.com

This material is intended to promote the learning of music through body movement, but it does not constitute a professional “music and movement” training. Therefore, its use does not authorise one to use the title of Dalcroze teacher. However, the experimentation of the Library could inspire and motivate a person to pursue a more advanced training of Jaques-Dalcroze Eurhythmics, with the option of obtaining, after several years of study, professional recognition.

Recording : Northmount Studio, Montreal

Artistic direction : Michel Comeau

Mastering : Louis Morneau

Production : Stareyes inc. Music and Education

Publishing : © Les Éditions Adragante/SOCAN

© This material is intended exclusively for pedagogical purposes.

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