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Rhythm lurks everywhere!


Rhythm games and small pieces with body percussion, voice and small things


The programme of this workshop includes a variety of rhythm games and short pieces with rhythm texts and songs that can be learned quickly. Varied, fun rhythmic playing and learning is already possible with hands, feet and with the voice. But even small things - pens, paper, matchboxes, plastic spoons, cups, even stones - are full of music, full of rhythms and sounds!
With all the fun, curiosity and liveliness that can develop in the musical-discovery process.
In addition to individual rhythmic skills, it is also important to develop attention and awareness for the group. There is no "groove" enjoyment without the fun of experiencing rhythm together!

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, 06.03.2023, 9:30
Course end: Tuesday, 07.03.2023, 17:00
Fees:

incl. accommodation and meals in single room 151 €, in double room 141 €

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


This course is recognised by the Pädagogisches Landesinstitut Rheinland-Pfalz under Az. MA2270 as serving official interests.