18.21

OnlineWorkshop - Rhythm fun with little things


Games and small pieces with pens, cups, paper, rulers, matchboxes, stones, hands, feet and voice


Due to the corona pandemic, the originally planned course will be conducted as an online seminar.


There is hardly anything that you can't "play" with - and that certainly includes musical-instrumental playing. Once you've started to get rhythmically involved with the things around you, you keep discovering new "instruments" and ways of playing. These games and pieces are also about the common groove, individual dexterity, attention, contact, improvisation - and always about the rhythmic fun! In between there are little rhythm games and mini pieces "without anything", only with body and voice. They can serve - also in school - to relax and loosen up and contribute to the deepening of rhythmic experiences.

The offer is aimed primarily at teachers who work with 8-12/13 year olds, i.e. 3rd - 6th/7th grade. However, simplifications are also offered, as well as possibilities to make something more complex.

A script with the contents will be sent out in advance; this will also provide the list of
This will also provide a list of small items that the participants need to have on hand as working material.

Teaching team:

Uli Moritz has been a freelance drummer, percussionist and rhythm teacher for 35 years. As a lecturer he teaches at the Berlin University of the Arts (music teachers, music therapists), the Hanns Eisler University of Music Berlin (jazz drums) and at other German universities and music academies. He is a teacher at the Berlin-Neukölln Music School. Nationally and internationally, he conducts rhythm seminars, workshops, continuing and advanced training for musicians, teachers, educators and teams. He publishes in professional journals and is the author of the books "Trommeln ist klasse!", "Bodygroove Kids", "Fantastic Plastic Grooves" and "Cajon - Magic Groove Box", among others. Uli Moritz has participated in the recordings of more than 100 LPs and CDs. He performs continuously in the fields of jazz, improvised music, world music and avant-garde.

Number of participants: approx. 20
Course start: Monday, 22.02.2021, 09:30
Course end: Tuesday, 23.02.2021, 17:00
Note on date: 1st part - Monday, 22.02.2021, 15:00-18:00
2nd part - Tuesday, 23.02.2021, 15:00-18:00
Fees:

Course fee 50 €

Note:

To make full use of the course offering, a PC workstation with webcam and microphone - also built-in - should be available. (Laptop or tablet are usable).
Zoom is used as the conference system.
The access data will be communicated to the participants in good time before the start of the training.

Notes on registration: The registration takes place via the Landesmusikakademie Rheinland-Pfalz


Dieser Kurs ist vom Pädagogischen Landesinstitut Rheinland-Pfalz unter Az. MA.2118 als dienstlichen Interessen dienend anerkannt.