|Date:||5 September 2014 (Fri), 3:45pm – 5:30pm|
|Target:||Storytellers and Spoken Word Practitioners|
The gestures say little, the words a little more, the music says all. It begins where words stop. The music tells and pushes to tell. “Music In Storytelling” is a specific workshop on music, sound and rhythm linked to the art of telling.
This workshop is suitable for to anyone who uses music and sounds in their performances and wants to discover more. Also recommended for those who have never used music and want to open the door to music and learn its infinite potential.
During the workshop we will explore the world of music linked with storytelling and what we can consider as “music”.
Then we will explore:
Participants will have the possibility to do practical exercises.
All participants are requested to prepare a story to work on and to bring musical instruments if they have any.
Participants can expect to discover a new layer of depth in telling their stories.
All participants are requested to prepare a story to work on and to bring musical instruments if they have any. Anyone who has an instrument is invited to bring it (any kind of instrument: wind instruments, stringed instruments, percussion instruments etc). Although, there is no need to be a musician or to possess an instrument.