Dalcroze Education opens us up to fresh possibilities as musicians, educators, and dancers.
Teaching Artist: Ruth Alperson, Diplôme d’Études Supérieur
Explore Rhythmic Solfege, a tool for developing students’ intonation, inner hearing, and rhythmic spontaneity:
During our two-hour workshop, we will cover as much of the following goals that time allows. I plan to present a beautiful Baroque aria as the centerpiece of the lesson. This work provides excellent examples of subdivision, rhythm pattern, changing meter, phrase, and form. Work in eurhythmics will allow us to experience and examine these subjects. Exercises in solfège will help us grasp the melodic and harmonic elements in the work, while developing inner hearing. The experiential nature of the Dalcroze work allows us to internalize elements of the piece as we work toward meaning.Ruth Alperson, Diplôme d’Études Supérieur
This event is only open to Colburn Faculty.
This event is cosponsored by the Dalcroze Society of America “Dalcroze Leadership Initiative” and The Colburn School.