This series of meetings with musicians and classical music, which bring the children to the world of sounds and instruments. Meetings are a form of association with true art, and started in early childhood have a major impact on the development of musical abilities of children, their sensitivity and auditory perception.
Leading Emilia Marczyk,
Workshops are held on Saturdays at. 10 am and 11.30 am in Ludwik Zamenhof Center,
Terms: 7th, 21st, 28th March 11th, 25th April 2015,
age of participants: 5-7 years,
duration of the course: 45 minutes,
number of participants: 20 people,
fee: 50 zł for the entire series of meetings (payable to 03/04/2015),
Registration and details: tel. 85 67 67 367,
The number of places is limited!
Musical instruments meeting
At the meetings invited musicians talk about their instruments, will play a short concert and answer all your questions. Children will be able to hear and see the instruments up close and establish close contact with the contractors, without the traditional division of the stage and the audience.
Each meeting will be devoted to a different instrument. We will learn instruments such as violin, flute, saxophone, bassoon, clarinet, and their sounds move children into a magical world of music and fun.
Topics of the workshop:
(7 th March, 2015)
With what associate the sound of the flute? What built this instrument? In class, participants will learn the difference between a flute, also called the "great" from piccolo, and why the group is a woodwind instrument with the highest scale.
Guest of the meeting: Grażyna Kowalczuk
graduate of the Frederic Chopin Music University, Department of Instrumental and Educational Studies at the flute. He works at the school as a teacher of music and leads the team recorders and transverse.
(21th March, 2015)
Classes on the instrument strunowemu smallest group of stringed instruments. During the workshop, participants will hear a violin concerto, and learn how to build and shape affect the sound of the violin instrument.
Guest of the meeting: Anna Jakubczak
graduate of the Fryderyk Chopin University, Department of Instrumental Pedagogy in Bialystok, violin and the Faculty of Psychology and Education at the University of Bialystok. For several years, has been teaching in the field of learning to play the violin. Musician String Quartet and the Quartet Podlaski.
(28th March, 2015)
Thread dedicated to the popular instrument with a group of wind instruments. What affects the fact that the saxophone belongs to the group of woodwind instruments? Participants will learn how many varieties of saxophones, which differ from each other and hear his rich and warm sound.
Guest of the meeting: Maksymilian Młynek
musician, saxophonist. A graduate of the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music, Instrumental and Pedagogical Faculty in Białystok and the Conservatory of Strasbourg.
(11th April, 2015)
How it looks and sounds like a bassoon? Whence it takes its name? How many parts of the instrument consists of? All this is to explain to the class in which the main role of "play" fagot - an instrument with a deep, melancholy sound, which sounds move to the world of imagination.
Guest of the meeting: Katarzyna Doms
graduate of the Fryderyk Chopin University, Department of Instrumental Pedagogy in Bialystok in the direction of Artistic Education and Instrumental - bassoon. He works at the Private School of Music in Bialystok.
(25th April, 2015)
Why clarinet has become one of the main instruments of the orchestra, what marks it is an instrument of large-scale musical and significant mobility? How many and what part consists of the instrument? These and many other interesting things, participants will learn the clarinet classes devoted.
Guest of the meeting: Artur Gadzała
a fifth-year student of the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music at the Department of Instrumental and Educational in Bialystok, clarinet, Dr. Wojciech Mrozek. He works at the State School I st. Im. Johann Sebastian Bach in Grajewo. His students represent the school in various competitions of the rank of macro-regional and nationwide. In December 2014, he received the Award of the Director of PSM and st. In Grajewo for outstanding achievements in teaching and educational work.
graduate of the Fryderyk Chopin University, Department of Instrumental Pedagogy in Bialystok. Experience in working with children and he was conducting music classes in schools, kindergartens and community centers. Currently teacher ogólnomuzycznych items in the Private Primary Music School No. 3 in Bialystok.