Thu, 01 Feb|
Music workshop with ARTivists @ Baergarten
Immerse yourself in a world of colorful and happy sounds where children of all backgrounds come together to learn and play together.
Date & Location
01 Feb 2024, 14:00 – 19:00
Revier Südost, Schnellerstrasse 137, 12439 Berlin, Germany
About the event
Welcome little explorers and creative minds to a day full of fun and adventure! 🌈🎉
ARTivisten e.V. and Baergarten open the doors to a music workshop event characterized by laughter, games and imaginative discoveries.
Immerse yourself in a world of colorful and happy sounds where children of all backgrounds come together to learn and play together. Our event is designed to create a loving and inclusive environment where every little personality is encouraged to develop their creativity.
From exciting art projects to entertaining games to rousing music - we have prepared a diverse program that will make children's hearts beat faster. Parents and carers are also welcome to join in this joyful day and create precious memories with the little adventurers.
Look forward to an enchanting experience full of laughter, discovery and shared fun!💫
Dates and program:
MUSIC WORKSHOP on January 21, 2024
"Latin American rhythms and instruments"
Speakers: Mauricio Nader and José Carlos Mayorga
Musicians from the ARTivisten e.V. association show the children various instruments, play rhythms from Latin America and invite the children to join in making music. At the end of the workshop, everyone makes a typical Latin American instrument.
MUSIC WORKSHOP on February 1st, 2024
"Percussion and collective singing" (South American music) on February 1st, 2024
Speaker: Gabriel Amadeo Videla (translation by José Carlos Mayorga)
The workshop is aimed at children, young people and people interested in music in general.
Overview of the two most important and commonly used percussion techniques in the world: "Hand Percussion and Stick Percussion"
Short joint production of an artistically oriented production of what has been learned.
Brief description of the origin of South American music.
Approaching the most popular rhythms of South America:
Chacarera, Zamba Huayno (Argentina)
Festejo, Landó, Zamacueca (Peru)