We invite you to an open free presentation of the workshop “Body as an Instrument.” Take your friend and meet new people through games, music, and movement!
Let’s deal with what is closest to us, what is always present, our body and voice, and just these elemental instruments to create music. We also work on breathing, memory, coordination, concentration, synchronization and different capacities of our minds and physical abilities – and we also have a good time!
The workshop is open to all impatient to move and sing.
For additional information, as well as the arrival announcement, please contact 063/8700581, email@example.com or inbox.
The workshop is on Sundays from 5 pm.
Body percussion is the art of hitting one’s own body to produce various rhythmic sounds.
Every movement of the body implies particular activity of our muscles and bones. The use of distinguishing movements, body percussion affect the strengthening of certain parts of the body, and in that way affects the reflexes, attention, and speed of response to different demands from our environment. Also, body percussion contributes to the development of awareness of our body, movement control, and muscle strength, as well as better coordination and balance. Research in the field of psychology has shown that body percussion improves concentration, memory, and perception, and can also have therapeutic properties because it stimulates and activates our body both on the psychomotor and cognitive levels. Body percussion in combination with singing is a technique of dissociation, with the help of which students learn to perform several completely different tasks at the same time successfully. Also, orchestration – creating music in the group, as one of the ways of applying body percussion, contributes to the development of communication skills and reduction of anxiety in communicating with other people, and consequently, strengthening self-esteem and self-esteem.
Regardless of the previous musical experience, one can learn how to use his inner rhythm and explore the sound of his body through this purely musical expression.
– learning basic movements and strokes, where the body is divided, like every punk instrument, into individual zones
– mastering the fundamental rhythmic divisions (three-part, quadruple and irregular rhythms)
– learning the sound effects that can be produced by the body percussion
– Orchestration: Working in a group, where each participant has his rhythmic pattern that is by the patterns of the other participants and creates a standard composition
– work and learning through group games that influence the presence and concentration, the speed of response, the ability to communicate and instantly connect with other participants
– basic techniques of breathing, relaxation, and stretching
– the basis of a vocal technique
– learning a diverse repertoire of songs
– multi-vocal singing