Saturday January 19 to Thursday January 24
Venue: Wairau Intermediate, 13 Becroft Dr, Forrest Hill, Auckland
At our invitation, James Harding (San Francisco) will lead a Level 3, 6-day workshop in Auckland. He will be supported by Renee Morin (Wairoa) and Christoph Maubach (Northland).
James Harding teaches music to children ages 3 to 13 at the San Francisco School. Working with long-time colleagues Sofia López-Ibor and Doug Goodkin, James has helped to develop an Orff-Schulwerk program that has received international recognition. James is a graduate of Yale University and also studied music at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria. James is the author of From Wibbleton to Wobbleton (Pentatonic Press, 2013), a collection of music and movement lesson ideas focusing on creative play
In the first instance, the ONZA six-day Level 3 course is being offered to those who have completed Level 2 certification. For these participants, the course will begin at 8.45 am and finish each day at 4.15 pm
There are also a limited number of spaces available to teachers who have attended previous Orff workshops but have not yet attained Level 2 certification. In this case, participants will be viewed as attending a non-certificated summer school and their day will begin at 8.45 am and finish at 3 pm.
In total there will be no more than 22 participants.
There is no doubt that the workshop will be of a very high quality, both in terms of the offerings of the presenters and the diversity of talented participants.
Cost and registration
A $200 deposit is required to secure a place.
- The total cost for the Level 3 certificated course is $650.00 to be paid by November 3.
- The total cost for non-certificated participants is $400 to be paid by November 3.
To register please click on the link. Use your own internet banking facility to make a direct deposit into the ONZA account at BNZ 02 0248 0073940 097 (Reference: Your surname; Code: L3HAR19). Entering your surname means you will be registered. Credit Card payment is now also an option.
Contact Millie Locke if you have any queries.