Spring 2023 Season

Schedule & Descriptions

Nicole Brockmann

— February 15 —

Masterclinic: Transferring Eurhythmics Skills to Performance

Wednesday, February 15 • 7–8pm ET / 4–5pm PT

The connection between eurhythmics skills and improved instrumental or vocal performance might feel like it should be obvious—but it isn’t always, even to advanced musicians! In this movement and performance clinic, online participants will observe Nicole Brockmann work with in-person students to make real-time improvement in performance via eurhythmics concepts.

Tickets

$20 Regular Admission
$15 DSA Members
Free for DSA Student Members

*Must be registered and logged in

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Karen Bescan & Terry Boyarsky

— March 20 —

Connecting Folk Songs to Movement

Monday, March 20 • 7–8pm ET / 4–5pm PT

Using folk songs in music education provides a wealth of inspiration—but how can they be used with the ideas of Dalcroze eurhythmics? Join Karen Bescan (Kodály expertise) and Terry Boyarsky (Dalcroze expertise) to discover new ways to motivate and inspire your students.

Tickets

$20 Regular Admission
$15 DSA Members
Free for DSA Student Members

*Must be registered and logged in

Eiko Ishizuka

— April 6 —

Early Childhood Music and Movement for Parents & Children

Thursday, April 6 • 7–8pm ET / 4–5pm PT

When introducing Dalcroze-inspired activities to infants through preschool-aged children, many teachers have questions about what elements to include. What are appropriate musical goals, movement goals, and questions to follow up an activity? Eiko Ishizuka shares tips and techniques that work for children in this age group and their caregivers.

Tickets

$20 Regular Admission
$15 DSA Members
Free for DSA Student Members

*Must be registered and logged in

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Mari Izumi

— May 9 —

Developing Artistry for Students in “Dalcroze for Suzuki”

Tuesday, May 9 • 7–8pm ET / 4–5pm PT

The Colburn Community School of Performing Arts offers “Dalcroze for Suzuki” which is designed for students in the Colburn Suzuki String program. In this presentation, Mari will share strategies that she uses in class to develop her students’ artistry. She will share sample activities and video recordings of Dalcroze for Suzuki (ages 8–10, all are violinists). Handouts will be provided for participants.

Tickets

$20 Regular Admission
$15 DSA Members
Free for DSA Student Members

*Must be registered and logged in

Each DALCROZE LAB session allows you to join a virtual meeting to explore the process and pedagogy of Dalcroze education from anywhere. This season features presentations by master teachers using Dalcroze in their work and sharing their expertise. Join a Zoom meeting for a presentation and live Q&A.

Can’t join us in real time? Selected on-demand recordings are available in the Dalcroze USA Online Store.