An opportunity missed is returning with vengeance!
Do you dream of becoming a travelling circus musician? Do you want to tame a cobra with your flute and make it dance? Are you sick of it all and are seriously considering selling your soul to the devil to play the violin like Paganini – or alternatively, picking it up for the first time and making it sing with the help of a mentor? Do you consider yourself too old to learn to play in a orchestra, meaning too old to have fun? Or has perhaps the memory of a bad experience from music school killed your desire to play and enjoy the merry company of fellow musicians?
Sorry, but no more excuses, an opportunity is on the horizon!
The workshop will open up a space for music education and fellowship and is intended for all, irrespective of musical skill, age, gender, skin colour, political affiliation, sexual orientation or creed.
The lessons in fun will take place in small groups .
Bring your toys (brass, woodwind and string instruments etc.), while we will also provide some.
Securing order, peace and quiet will be Eva Jurgec, Klemen Bračko, Uroš Jezdić and Žiga Fabbro, while you applications and potential queries are being collected by Manca Biber at email@example.com, via +386 1 434 55 77 or +386 30 765 009 .
You are warmly invited to join us if you take your fun seriously!
The international music workshops are being organised as part of the the 100th anniversary of the first Waldorf school. The wish is to bring together – socially, intergenerationally and internationally – participants with various backgrounds and use the language that we all share – the language of music.
Workshop participants will be divided into groups to come together in the end as a whole (an orchestra performance) and thus demonstrate the importance of each individual in the harmony and creativity of a group.
Thus we invite you who are:
Participants will be made part of one of the following orchestras:
Working principles: Group improvisation – Sheet – Folk – Playing from memory
The final programme will be drawn up on the basis of the number and profiles of the participants. The draft plan includes classical pieces, world music pieces, and a jazz standard.
Additional activities: dances from around the world
Eva Jurgec – art and programme director for flute, workshop for Waldorf teachers
Klemen Bračko – violin, improvisation, workshop for Waldorf teachers, orchestral playing
Uroš Jezdić – authentic Balkan folk music
Žiga Fabbro – basics of jazz
Contact: Manca Biber – firstname.lastname@example.org, ++386 1 434 55 77 or ++386 30 765 009.