Dalcroze Eurhythmics is a music education method in which students learn about and develop musical skill through movement. The body is used as a musical instrument in itself: clapping, running, swinging arms, vocalization, etc., to explore how movement affects music and vice versa. The class is full of movement, since memories based on physical experiences are comparatively more vivid in our minds than ones generated through aural or visual learning. For younger children and musical beginners, Dalcroze is used to explore all the aspects of music, whereas with more experienced music students, rhythm becomes a sort of focal point in Dalcroze training.
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Distance Learning Education Coordinator
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Distance Learning Operations Manager
CIM@CMA | Music in the Galleries
April 1, 2015, 6:00 pm
Cleveland Museum of Art
Students from CIM and the CWRU early music program present a wide range of repertoire in this series of early evening performances. To make your evening even more musical, attend the 8pm CIM Orchestra Concert at Severance.
Presented in collaboration with the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Case Western Reserve University Music Department.
Cleveland Museum of Art | 11150 East Blvd, University Circle
Preparatory: Cleveland Youth Wind Symphony Concert
April 1, 2015, 7:00 pm
Perry High School, 4325 Manchester Ave., Perry, OH
Cleveland Youth Wind Symphony II – Concert Winds
Daniel Crain, conductor
Cleveland Youth Wind Symphony II – Symphonic Winds
Melissa Lichtler, conductor
Perry High School Symphonic Band
Bradley Hruska, conductor
Orchestra | CIM@Severance
April 1, 2015, 8:00 pm
Cleveland Institute of Music OrchestraJaime Laredo, conductorShen Lu, piano