Music Styles: The Far East (5 – 7yo) – Pick your weekly time slot
19 January 2024 - 11 February 2024Free
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Music Styles:The Far East – week commencing 15th January
- As featured on the BBC.
- Four lessons supported by Arts Council England. One lesson each week over four weeks.
- Each session is 45 minutes.
- Young children will be introduced to a wide variety of musical styles from the Far East.
- They will be able to identify musical instruments and traditional practices belonging to each genre.
- Recommended for ages 5 – 7 years old.
Welcome to the second instalment of Music Styles. Here we’ll be continuing on our musical journey and taking a look at music from the Far East.
In this exciting course we’ll explore different musical styles from Bhangra to Gamelan, from K-Pop to Chinese Opera, and everything in-between! We’ll put on our thinking caps and discover new instruments, great composers and even watch a few exciting performance clips.
There will be some silly music games and fun facts. This course is perfect for all young children who want to travel through time on a musical journey across the ages. All we need to do is spin the music wheel and see which style it lands on next!
Course Lesson Dates – week commencing 15th January.
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