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Saturday, August 18

Auckland


ONZA PRIMARY TEACHERS' WINTER WORKSHOP
This workshop introduces dynamic duo, Kaboom Percussion from Western Australia, presenting great percussion ideas and Christoph Maubach exploring creative music making opportunities using instruments, movement, song and text to inspire your students.

 

 

Saturday, September 1

Auckland


ONZA MARIMBA FESTIVAL: SONGS FROM TANGAROA 
Teachers whose students participate in these events will have the opportunity to attend inspiring professional development, free of charge, once per term, to play through an exciting repertoire fully adaptable to suit their music curriculum goals. On the day of the festival itself, hundreds of students rehearse and perform the set in a mass celebration of music education..

CONTACT:        Philippa Drake      Jeremy Hantler.

Saturday, September 8

Auckland


MUSICAL REFUEL: IDEA BOOSTER
Two movement/music workshops: 1.Step into the child’s world, capture it on image and explore it musically 2. Develop children's co-ordination of their body-parts across three midlines to build security and confidence.

Jo Charman, Janet Channon

Monday October 8 to Saturday October 13

Christchurch

LEVEL 1 (SPRING COURSE)

Orff New Zealand Aotearoa is offering this 6-day course in the Orff approach, which is appropriate to the needs of both specialist and generalist teachers working in early childhood, primary, intermediate and lower secondary school settings

Celia Stewart, Dr Millie Locke

 


Module 1: October 13-14
Module 2: April 27-28, 2019
Module 3: July 20-21, 2019

Wellington

LEVEL 1 IN 3 WEEKENDS 2018 - 2019

Orff New Zealand Aotearoa is offering this 6-day certification course in the form of 3 weekend modules over 2018 and 2019.

Dr Millie Locke, Priya Gain

Module 1: October 13-14
Module 2: April 27-28, 2019
Module 3: July 20-21, 2019

Wellington

LEVEL 2 IN 3 WEEKENDS 2018 - 2019

Orff New Zealand Aotearoa is offering this 6-day certification course in the form of 3 weekend modules over 2018 and 2019. 

Dr Millie Locke, Priya Gain

Wednesday, November 7

Tauranga


ONZA MARIMBA FESTIVAL: SONGS FROM TANGAROA 
Teachers whose students participate in these events will have the opportunity to attend inspiring professional development, free of charge, once per term, to play through an exciting repertoire fully adaptable to suit their music curriculum goals. On the day of the festival itself, many students rehearse and perform the set in a mass celebration of music education. If you are interested in this first everTauranga Festival, contact Millie Locke.

CONTACT:   Millie Locke