22-23 June 2019
A fun and engaging workshop for teachers, educators and parents to learn how to play the ukulele according to the Gordon’s Music Learning Theory principles.
Ten-hour workshop with Marta Noè and Tiziana Pozzo.
This course is specifically designed for educators and teachers working in early years, primary and secondary school teachers, music therapists and parents willing to get closer to this instrument in a gradual and fun way!
A great way to learn music and socialize discovering in the meantime the principles of the Gordon’s Music Learning Theory.
In this course we will make music in group, developing musical skills and technique. We will learn popular songs and original melodies.
The course is open to everyone: there are no entry requirements, only a great desire to learn and have fun together! Through the guiding principles of the Music Learning Theory, we will also learn the basic musical notions useful to learn an instrument.
– History of the ukulele and knowledge of the instrument
– Basic chords and rhythms
– Songs and melodies from the pop/rock repertoire
– songs and melodies to encourage musical learning
– music sheets and tutorial on Gordon UK YouTube channel
– audio recordings of 10 songs with bases and melodies to be used for practical activities
Participants need to have their own instrument.
A certificate of participation will be issued at the end of the course.
Saturday 22nd June from 10.00am to 1.00pm and 2.30pm – 5.30pm (6 hours)
Sunday 23rd June from 10.00am to 2.00pm (4 hours).
Location: Highbury Park Music, 23 Highbury Park N51TH
Students offer: £50
Parents of children attending Highbury Park Music’s courses: £70
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Registration before the 10th of June 2019 at firstname.lastname@example.org