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2020Mo03Aug(Aug 3)9:00Fr25Jun(Jun 25)18:50geräusch[mu'si:k] – The smallest orchestra in the world: Making instruments with childrenDates by appointment(August 3) 9:00 - (Juni 25) 18:50 exploratorium berlin, studio by appointmentLernraum:Offers for Groups,further training


Daniela Fromberg & Stefan Roigk


Montag, 03. 08. 2020 | 9:00 - Freitag, 25. 06. 2021 | 18:50


exploratorium berlin, studio by appointment


One or two-day training courses for teachers on early childhood aesthetic research with sounds and music

How can sound&noise projects open the way for children to a wide range of music experience?

Since 2009, geräusch[mu’si:k] e.V. has been realizing artistic mediation projects on listening as complex perception, on experimental music with everyday sounds and on composing with graphic notation techniques. This expertise with over 1,500 children in day-care centres, schools, museums and other educational institutions is conveyed in practice-oriented courses at universities and educational training institutes.

In this workshop, we build small instruments out of waste or cheap everyday materials, which can also be used by children of kindergarten and primary school age with a little support. Additionally, sound generators from the workshop, kitchen and nature enrich our orchestra. In this way, fascinating instruments are created through materials research, which can be used in improvised concerts and compositional games.

Main topics:
   – Aesthetic research
   – Experimental music
   – Cooperative behaviour when making music and promoting resilience
   – Environmental experience and research-based learning

Click here for a newspaper report on geräusch[mu’si:k] (in German language)


Please note that the elevator of the exploratorium berlin will be out of service until at least March 31, 2021!

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