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Saturday 19 September 2020 

Virtual Workshop on Zoom

TEACH LIKE IT'S MUSIC

How can we teach music more musically? Give our lessons a more musical flow, shape and design? Teach with more playfulness, passion and purpose? Come join a workshop of fun activities while examining the thinking behind them. This workshop aimed at primary and intermediate teachers.

Doug Goodkin.

 

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Monday -Tuesday,
19-20 October 2020 

Arrowtown

USING THE ORFF APPROACH: WHERE DRAMA, DANCE AND MUSIC COMBINE

This workshop will explore multiple ways into music-making through engagement with story and poetry.

Millie Locke, Rozy Winstone.

 

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Monday -Tuesday,
19-20 October 2020 

Arrowtown

USING THE ORFF APPROACH: WHERE DRAMA, DANCE AND MUSIC COMBINE

This workshop will explore multiple ways into music-making through engagement with story and poetry.

Millie Locke, Rozy Winstone.

 

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Wednesday, 21 October 2020 

Gisborne

PAPATUANUKU IN MUSIC AND DANCE

This workshop offers opportunities for exploration, singing, playing and moving on the theme of Papatuanuku. We will explore ways to enhance student-centred music-making with student choice and their personal artistic expression.

Renée Morin and Michelle Hall

 

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Saturday, 31 October 2020 

Wellington

DRUM AND DANCE!

Come and explore hand-drums and folk dancing in this interactive workshop!

Lindsey Mason, Rani Allan, Suzanne Thom and Priya Gain

 

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 2021

Auckland

MARIMBA FESTIVAL 2020   Postponed to 2021           

We regret that due to the Covid 19 disruption, Marimba Festival 2020 has been postponed until 2021. No details yet.

Philipps Drake,  Jeremy Hantler

 

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2020 

Auckland

 ECE PRESENTERS FOR CENTRES IN AND AROUND AUCKLAND

Engage a teacher and presenter to involve all your staff in a 2 hour workshop during the evening or in the weekend at a time that suits both your staff and the presenter.  
Shirley Harvey: Caroline Zeeman, Clare Battersby, Robyn Trinick, Edith Poon-Lai