Move, Sing and Play in the Bay – Orff music making in the BOP.

DATE: TBA      9.30 - 3.00pm,  To be held on a Saturday
VENUE: Matua Primary School,145 Levers Rd, Matua. Tauranga

Join us for a day of ‘ hands on ‘ music making using Orff teaching practices. Christoph and Jeremy will share many musical experiences with a focus on speech, song and instrumental playing. Participants will take away a wealth of ideas to use in your own teaching programmes.
This workshop will also introduce and use material from the 2020 Tauranga Marimba Festival – Songs of Papatuanuku.

Contact Cherrie Leefe

PRESENTERS

Christoph Maubach  trained at the Orff Institute in Salzburg and had the privilege of being taught by mentors who were themselves appointed to positions by Carl Orff himself. After a stint as lecturer in music education at the Catholic University in Melbourne, Christoph decided to make Aotearoa/New Zealand his home. He is a vastly experienced Orff presenter who has run workshops in a range of countries. He is also a highly regarded conductor who has been associated with a number of choirs since settling in this country.

Jeremy Hantler is a Tauranga-based, Christchurch-born Music educator who teaches music at Matua primary and Otumoetai College, and runs workshops and bands in the weekends and evenings. He has travelled extensively to attend intercultural music and teaching workshops in Estonia, Sweden, Salzburg and France, and brings a wealth of experience to the classroom context. Jeremy still at the lights in simple melodies sung and played by our youngest musicians, and values the process and benefits of making meaningful music on the way to making aesthetically pleasing music.

To register for this workshop:

Register your name and details online HERE. Then, 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: TauWS20. Entering your surname means you will be registered. Payment by Credit card is also available.
Fees:

    • Registration Fee $10

For inquiries email:  Cherrie Leefe

This workshop is funded by the Networks of Expertise.