ROME, ITALY 2024/2026
The course that you were waiting for
Accredited by the Ministry of Education and Merit, and the Ministry of Culture.
Music Tree International Training Course leads you to profound transformations.
It’s a course that sows seeds that will grow into wonderful sprouts in the years to come. A course that encourages you to ask questions and helps you find answers through study, work, and inner exploration.
A course that will assist you in discovering your motivations, your voice, your creativity while providing you with strong theoretical knowledge to support you in your work indefinitely.
An international team of instructors from various disciplines to prepare you comprehensively and equip you with the tools to discover your unique teaching style within yourself.
A working group made up of motivated teachers from various countries around the world with whom you can engage and grow, breaking free from dogmas and pre-packaged methodologies.
Two years of discovery, play, music, voice, and body, during which you will gradually open yourself up to a deep understanding of your vision of education and musical facilitation.
I can’t contain my excitement at the thought of starting!
The focus of the course
Babies and toddlers
Primary school kids
Secondary school kids
Music and disabilities
Groups of adults
Música do Circúlo, Emotional intelligence, Communication
Developmental psychology, Behaviuoral analysis
Vocal improvisation, Vocal heath, Circle Singing
Body Music, Brazilian Dance
Pedagogy of cooperation
Vocal health, Music Tree’s repertoire
Percussions, Drum circle
Business, Social Media Managment
MOVEMENT-BASED MUSIC LEARNING
The importance of free exploration
Movement and free exploration play an essential role in music learning not only for rhythm but also for singing and pitch. This is because movement is closely connected to the ability to hear and comprehend music.
As they move and respond to the music, they are developing their ability to hear, imitate and coordinate their musical thoughts with movement. When they eventually begin to sing or play an instrument, they are drawing on this foundation of musical understanding. Additionally, movement and free exploration can help to foster a sense of creativity and ownership in children’s musical development. When they are encouraged to explore the music through movement and play, they are given the opportunity to make their own musical choices and express their own ideas. This can be particularly empowering for young children, who are still developing their sense of self and their ability to express themselves in different ways. Overall, the sequential approach of using movement as a foundation for music learning is a powerful way to develop children’s musicality and creativity, as well as their overall cognitive and physical development. At Music Tree, we prioritise this approach and have seen the positive impact it can have on children’s musical development and their love for music.
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