goal of the music day:
possible the direct and instant contact between the students and the musicians and music.
In Other words, bringing live musical experiences to the students, so that they may
participate and feel the music in the deepest sense, with the artist and his program.
How does it work?
The students are divided into groups of 30 to 50 students. They may be
divided by grades, but groups of students from two grades are preferable. For example:
1sd and 2nd graders divided into groups of 30-50 students.
3rd and 4th graders divided into groups of 30-50 students.
5th and 6th graders divided into groups of 30-50 students.
advantage of this division is that the students leave their regular surroundings - the
class, the grade - and enter a somewhat different environment. Thus the students will be
more attentive during the workshops.
music day we will have a meeting at the school and a tour of the school and classrooms,
after which we will determine which classrooms and halls are best suited for the music
finishing the workshop activity, we suggest having a performance for all of the students.
The performer will be an artist who can arouse the interest and encourage participation of
day is about 4-5 hours long, with three workshop rounds and one artist for the final
possible format of a music day:
Artist A, percussion - a program combining rhythm, a
story and student participation.
Artist B, the magical guitar - the tale of the first guitar, playing Spanish
music, students play Ancient guitars with the artist and the group becomes an orchestra.
Artist C, pantomusic - a combination of pantomime and music in a
pantomime artists performance.
A building workshop - building a small instrument using plastic cups, wooden
rods, a rubber band and stickers.
performing artist. The artist may be:
- A clarinet player. The program consists of soul music, or,.
singer accompanied by a musician. The program consists of popular songs.