Music (Carl Orff Method)
For 3-6 y.o. children - on Mondays and Wednesdays
3:45 - 4:45
The approach of Carl Orff to early music education can be summed up as Singing, Saying, Dancing, and Playing.

Singing: Becoming competent in pitch, melody and harmony through unaccompanied singing.

Saying: Using rhymes to learn about rhythm and phrasing, so that at a subconscious level the body will understand how music can be translated into other musical behaviors such as movement and instrumental work.

Dancing: Structured and unstructured movement and folk dance, a complete kin-aesthetic awareness of the music.

Playing: Being able to translate all the pre-learned musical skills onto instruments.
Benefits of the classes
The development of both hemispheres of the brain. Perfection of musical hearing through acapelic singing

Acquaintance with various musical instruments
Singing with movements, dance, declaming poems form a sense of rhythm and a complete aesthetic understanding of music
Songs and poems in different languages of the world form a susceptibility to languages and expand horizons
Susanne Ostrovsky
Born and raised in Austria, Susanne completed her M.A. studies in Piano Pedagogics with a major in Early Childhood Music Education (Carl Orff). During the music lessons children dance, sing, work with Orff instruments, movements and rhythms using the language of music. These music lessons awaken interest to music, develop an ear to it, help to be competent in pitch, during them the children learn to be social and get emotional relaxation.
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