Musicians Without Borders Training of Workshop Leaders
A practical course in community music leadership based on Musicians Without Borders’ principles and methodology. This course deepens participants’ knowledge and skills in leading music workshops with groups of any size and age, making a connection between musical activities and MWB’s five principles of group work: Safety, Inclusion, Equality, Creativity, and Quality.
The course covers pedagogical, didactic and musical skills, offering hands-on experience in leading activities, including body percussion, drumming, singing, movement, and songwriting.
Participants will be able to use music as a tool for inclusion and bridging divides within various community settings;
Participants will gain a clear understanding of the concept of nonviolence and will be able to carry out this philosophy in practical activities;
Participants will be able to adapt pedagogical and didactic forms of working that are based on creating a safe environment.
We offer training for various levels of experience, both to non-musicians and musicians who are active as workshop leaders, teachers or social activists and wish to develop their knowledge of using music as a tool for peace-building and social change.
Participants should possess a high degree of musicianship with the ability to simplify and break down the elements of music making. This is necessary in order to lead and teach workshop participants at any level of musicianship.
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