Come Move With Us!
Saturday November 2nd, 2019
Eiko Ishizuka is a faculty member in the Dalcroze program at the Longy School of Music of Bard College in Cambridge MA. Since 2004 she has taught Eurhythmics, Dalcroze Solfège, improvisation and plastique animée for the Dalcroze certificate candidates and the graduate students. In this workshop, she will share her expertise and inspire participants with many new ways of knowing music through the body! The workshop will be appropriate for adult musicians, dancers, educators of all levels.
Ms. Ishizuka’s musical and unique teaching styles have been an inspiration to her students in the States and abroad. Ms. Ishizuka has been teaching Dalcroze Eurhythmics since 1993 and has given workshops in Japan and the United States for classical musicians, early childhood teachers, and music therapists. She led workshops at The Waldorf School in Lexington, Winchester Community Music School and at the Bridgewater College, MA. She has been invited by Dalcroze Society of Canada, Minghsin University of Science and Technology in Taiwan and several studios in Japan for Dalcroze training workshops. Ms. Ishizuka has performed as a pianist and collaborative pianist in Japan, Israel, Canada, Switzerland, and the United States with a broad repertoire of classical and theather music. She earned her Bachelor of Music degree from Kunitachi College of Music, Japan and her Certificate and License in Dalcroze Eurhythmics from the Longy School of Music. In 2019, Ms. Ishizuka earned the Dalcroze Diplôme Supérieur (a doctoral equivalent) from the Institut Jaques-Dalcroze in Geneva Switzerland.
Join us for a FANTASTIC day of Embodied Musicianship with one of America’s leading Dalcroze Practitioners!!!
Sponsored by the Dalcroze Society of America and the Dalcroze School of the Rockies.
What Is Dalcroze Education?
Dalcroze Education is a unique, exciting, and powerful way of knowing music through the body. The Dalcroze approach explores musical concepts through social and interactive methods that invite students to trust their ideas and develop their own intuitions. In a typical Dalcroze class, the instructor will combine the elements above using rhythm games, songs, gesture, and movement as the key teaching media so that the joy of music is experienced and understood. As a precursor to or in tandem with private music lessons, Dalcroze Education will create a platform for accelerated and deep learning in all musicians.
Schedule of Events (9 AM - 4 PM)
8:30-9:00 AM = Registration, Coffee, and refreshments
9:00-10:45 AM = Dalcroze Eurhythmics
10:45 AM-Noon = Demonstration class with Students of the Dalcroze School of the Rockies Rhythmic-Solfège program
Noon-1:00 PM = Lunch
1:00-4:00 PM = Dalcroze Education and Dalcroze Pedagogy Applications
(Schedule is Subject to Change)
Can't Make It in Person?
We will video record the entire workshop and make it available to participants, even if you can't attend in person! Everyone will receive all handouts electronically in addition to a link to the video recording of the entire day's events.
Need More Information?
Please email our RMDSA treasurer, Wendy Nestrud, if you have any questions or concerns: firstname.lastname@example.org .
$70 regular adult, if you preregister by October 27, 2019
$40 students with ID, if you preregister by October 27, 2019.
$40 for members of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Dalcroze Society of America, if you preregister by October 27, 2019. Click here to join the DSA!
Prices increase after October 27, 2019, so register today for a great value!
Washington Park United Methodist Church
1955 E. Arizona Avenue
Denver, CO 80210
Morning sessions are in the Fellowship Hall; afternoon sessions are in Room 211