DISCOVERING THE WILDFLOWER
How Orff-Schulwerk uses culturally specific ideas
Saturday, 27 March 2021 (online)
9:00 - 12:00 CET and repeated at 18:00 - 21:00 CET
You will find the detailed programme of the event in the following document:
Join us for the next Forum Resonances where we will explore how Orff-Schulwerk uses culturally specific ideas in a session titled “Discovering the Wildflower”. Orff-Schulwerk educators from Australia, Ghana, Iceland, New Zealand and Singapore will join together to discuss how they have adapted their process to include repertoire which is specific to their culture. Examples of repertoire will be shared with participants where appropriate and an open discussion/question time will follow.
Virginia Esparraga and Kirrabelle Lovell will start the Forum Resonances with a come together. Also included is a snapshot from the six Australian Orff-Schulwerk associations and an update of the Study Texts II by Barbara Haselbach.
Thanks to ANCOS for organizing this event and to all contributors.
We would be grateful if presidents of Orff-Schulwerk Associations could forward this information to all their members. Please also feel free to pass it on any to anyone who might be interested in attending. The event is free.
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