MUSIC AND THE BRAIN
As many of you incorporate music into your storytelling, and as Storytelling Vic is exploring its relationship with the Newport Fiddle and Folk Club and Community Music Victoria, this seemed too good not to share.
Professor de Quadros's work is rooted in social justice values: he is a conductor, music educator, writer and human rights activist whose practice is global. He has conducted and undertaken research in over 40 countries.
This workshop is free. But please book so the organisers can plan. Read about Professor de Quadros HERE
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Professor de Quadros's practice is broad and includes early childhood, prisons the elderly ...
To get you thinking, you might like to explore the work of Augusto Baol, Theatre of the Oppressed.
'Wouldn’t it be wonderful to see a dance piece where the dancers danced in the first act and in the second showed the audience how to dance? Wouldn’t it be wonderful to see a musical where in the first act the actors sang and in the second we all sang together?' Baol