Topics covered during the workshops:
The counting process
The most common time signatures and rhythms. The dinamic musical signs.
The movements analysed through music and the most suitable choice of music
Analysis of each exercise of the ballet class from Plié to Grand Allegro Through their connection with the music, including dynamics, time signatures and the relationship between the accents of music and the accent of the step.
How to build a dance exercise through music
Analysis of the connection between the objective of the exercise, speed, age of the students, dynamics of the movement and music.
The importance for a correct use of the voice while teaching
The voice as a “musical” tool for transmitting emotions, artistry and dynamics.
“Active” and “passive” communication
Communication strategies to achieve technical-dynamic goals through music
How to excite musicality in the students
How to help students express music with their body and make them proactive in how they listen to the music.
The correct use of music in the studio
The pedagogical triangle: Music – Teacher – Student
When and how to work with silence during a class and its benefits
Music for young children
How to choose music for younger students and their relationship with music
All the topics will be approached theoretically at first and then put into practice.
On completion of the workshops, participants will be provided with a certificate of attendance and a booklet about the contents of the programme to work with the own students during the year.