Students in the WILDMusic beginner vocal session participate in fun and exciting classes focusing on aural, rhythm, and music literacy skills using a variety of instructional methods (including Orff, Kodály, and Dalcroze Eurhythmics) as well as choral rehearsals. Our singers learn a diverse repertoire of songs ranging from the classical canon to American folk music as they develop basic music literacy, solo performance skills, and ensemble performance skills guided by experienced and dedicated instructors. Students will also participate in 2 WILDArts classes. WILDArts classes may include movement, visual arts, theatre arts, and/or creative writing.
Students participating in this session will:
- Be introduced to music symbols and terms
- Sing a variety of music in unison and 2-part harmony
- Use body movement to learn concepts of rhythm, structure, and musical expression
- Learn and apply appropriate techniques and etiquette during rehearsal and performance
- Observe elements of music and expressive elements while listening to musical performances by faculty
- Explore their own ability to produce musical and expressive elements using their voices
Click here to check out our slideshow from our Beginner sessions in 2017!
Students in the beginner instrumental session will evenly spend their time exploring music and WILDArts. Students have a lunch break around noon. The day ends at 3 PM.
For more details
Contact Shea Williamson at 501.821.7275 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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