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Dalcroze Eurhythmics is a unique way to learn the language of music through movement.

The day is aimed at individuals considering taking our professional training course, anyone interested in developing their own musical skills or who would like new ideas for working with children.

Come and find out its benefits to you and/or for your teaching!

Dalcroze Eurhythmics is a method of music education that was created by Jaques Dalcroze in the late Nineteenth and early Twentieth Century. It can be described as music through movement. It remains relevant today as a pedagogical approach and has been adapted to the requirements of modern educational principles. It lends itself very favourably to the child’s natural instinct to move and explore the world through many senses.

It is also used in many contexts including Early years Music Education, Music with Seniors, Music for Children and Adults with additional learning needs, Music Therapy and also, in the training of dancers and actors.

There are three core areas which are developed in all Dalcroze training. These are:

  • RHYTHMICS -The physical embodiment of music.
  • IMPROVISATION -A way for students to explore and express musical and other artistic concepts, thereby liberating their creativity and gaining an understanding of a range of musical processes
  • SOLFEGE -Development of Aural training and inner hearing through movement (pitch, rhythm, phrasing and form)

The  day invites you to experience Dalcroze Rhythmics, Improvisation and Solfege classes for yourself and meet our current students!

Your teachers for the day are Kaye Barker and Monica Wilkinson.



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