Film Music (7-9yo) – Pick your weekly time slot
September 13 - October 24£35
Film Music (7-9yo) – week commencing 13th September
This group is for ages 7-9. We also have groups for 10-12yo.
- Six lessons supported by Arts Council England.
- As featured on BBC Radio.
- One lesson each week over six weeks.
- Children will learn about the origins and history of music in cinema.
- We will study multiple compositional techniques, styles, and film composers.
- The children will work towards creating their own soundtrack.
- Each session is 60 minutes.
In these lessons we will start by exploring the silent movies of the 1890’s and travel through time, all the way to modern-day soundtracks for epic blockbusters! We’ll look at different musical techniques, and how they can be used to perfectly capture the right mood. For example, a violin could sound great alongside a romantic scene, or it could send shivers down your spine in an eerie, spooky plot, or even as the backdrop on-board a fearless pirate ship!
This course is filled with fun facts, quizzes, and all of your favourite theme songs. You’ll even get to create your own soundtrack to a movie clip using any instruments you might already have, or even using cool sounding objects lying around your house. Who knew a ruler and a tin-can could be so musical!
All abilities welcome, just make sure you bring your imagination, creativity… and maybe a ruler!
Price: £35 (This price includes 6 x 60 minute lessons over 6 weeks + soundtrack project).
Course Lesson Dates – week commencing 13th September
This class has multiple slots throughout the week. Your chosen slot will be the same for all 6 lessons. See below for availability.
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