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Music Hubs and Services

join us in these musical activities

KEEPING STUDENTS ENGAGED IN VIRTUAL MUSIC-MAKING IS HARD WORK! WE HOPE THESE ACTIVITIES WILL SUPPORT YOU IN YOUR WORK WITH ONLINE ENSEMBLES AND REHEARSALS

CHETHAM’S OUTREACH IS DELIGHTED TO BE ABLE TO OFFER THE FOLLOWING WORKSHOPS, ALL FREE OF CHARGE THANKS TO OUR GENEROUS SUPPORTERS.

ALL OF THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES CAN BE ACCESSED EASILY VIA THE INTERNET AND SIMPE COMPUTER EQUIPMENT, CONTACT US ON JOININ@CHETHAMS.COM IF YOU’D LIKE TO ARRANGE SOMETHING FOR YOUR STUDENTS

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Rhythm skills for non-percussionists

Let’s get counting! Students will work with our facilitator in a 45 to 90-minute session focusing on pulse and rhythm. Using body percussion games, polyrhythms and grooves from around the world this interactive session will be tailored to suit the needs and levels of your group.

How to Practice

We all know it is difficult to maintain your musical mojo in lockdown!  A practical session packed with top tips which explores different approaches to practice.  In this interactive and engaging session with Owen Cox or Andrea Vogler, we’ll help your students to think about how they can practice their instruments at home and explore ways of keeping practice time varied and interesting when help from peers, teachers and friends is not as easily accessed as usual!

Zoom CPD for Staff

An inclusive and enriching session where teachers and ensemble leaders can explore facilitating, sharing and practising via online platforms.  This is an opportunity to learn from each other and try out ideas in a safe space.  Investigate warm-up games and remote music making, with a focus on the sharing of musical ideas and techniques.

 

We are grateful to our generous supporters, without whom none of our activity would be possible.  Learn more at Funders | Chetham’s Outreach