New round of music-movement education (Orff -Kodaly system method)

Σύστημα Orff- Ρουμπίνη Μεντζελοπούλου- Τεχνοχώρος Φάμπρικα

A new cycle of music-movement education starts at Technohoros Fabrica on January 21, 2017!

The lessons will last two hours 16: 00-18: 00 and will concern a specific story through which participants will be able to improvise, play with Orff instruments, use bodypercussion in combination with the song and finally will can use the story as a musical-theatrical performance for the end of a school year with children either in schools or kindergartens.

With Kodaly method, songs, bodypercussion, rhythmic games, improvisation, and musical instruments at the end of the course participants will have a complete material for children (but also for themselves) as well as a complete musical-theatrical performance which they will learn how to apply to children and how to improvise.

They will be able to use the material as they wish (either the musical games alone, or in combination with the musical-theatrical history).


Dates for the course: from 01.21.2017 every Saturday until 03/18/2017

Dates: 21/1, 28/1, 4/2, 11/2, 18/2, 25/2, 4/3 , 11/3 18/3

Total hours: 18

Day: Saturday.

Time: 16:00 – 18: 00

Area: Technohoros Fabrica (Alexander 125 and Eurymedon)

Limited number of participants

For statements and participation fee: 6943066864

At the end of the course, you will be given notes. It’s better if you wear comfortable clothes.

The seminars (by Mentzelopoulou Rubini) are aimed at musicians, dancers, educators (teachers, kindergarten teachers and those involved in training) who wish to come into contact with modern pedagogical trends for children of all education levels.

A few words about the coordinator:
Mentzelopoulou Rubini is a graduate of piano, advanced theory (flight), and modern song. At an early age he attended private piano and accordion lessons as well as Orff music-kinetic education at the Contemporary Center for Music and Rhythm. He has attended Orff seminars at the Orff – Institut, Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria and Hungary (Kodaly), as well as numerous seminars on music kinetics, theatrical play and music therapy for children with disabilities. At the same time, she has studied physical theater and dance (classical, modern and tango), She has offered her services in primary schools, kindergartens, camps. She has presented her work with children in numerous concerts and performances.