Mon, Jul 23 | Rest Stop Rejuvenate

Heroes and Villains Music Score Workshop (1)

During this 4-week series you will learn how to use artwork and imagery as inspiration in music composition. You will begin by exploring different instrument sounds, sound texture, layering and improvisation to compose music scores.
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Heroes and Villains Music Score Workshop (1)

Time & Location

Jul 23, 2018, 3:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Rest Stop Rejuvenate, 21 Maple Ave, Rockaway, NJ 07866, USA

About the Event

Heroes and Villains Music Score

Starts June 15, 2018 | 3:30 - 5:30PM for 4 Weeks on Thursdays

Rest Stop Rejuvenate 21 Maple Ave. Rockaway, NJ 07866

Free Program | Open to Morris County Youth 13+

#BehindTheMask #FightingStigma

During this 4-week series you will learn how to use artwork and imagery as inspiration in music composition. You will begin by exploring different instrument sounds, sound texture, layering and improvisation to compose music scores.

You will have the opportunity to collaborate to write and record a score for an animated short based on supporting the stigma-free initiative.

You will be introduced to fundamental music theory, basic recording concepts, sequencing software and midi technology.

We will blend acoustical instrumentation and technology to produce a musical score that is modern and nuanced. Each week we will explore, create, perform and share stories utilizing various techniques to reinforce comprehension, foster creativity, encourage communication and develop positive relationships in a team-oriented environment.

You will be encouraged to present your ideas and to take healthy risks in a safe environment, allowing you to develop your self-esteem and self-confidence. Through this workshop, you will have the opportunity to enhance your music skills and express yourself through the music and sounds created for an animated short focused on fighting stigma.

Key Values Learned:

Basic music theory and music composition concepts will be applied to create a collaborative music score. Group will work together and share ideas, learning to work together and revising ideas based on shared discussions

Self-Expression through music, specifically how to use music and sounds to express feelings, emotions, etc.

There is an opportunity for healthy risk-taking, allowing youth to face their fears around creating music and performing as well as using mistakes as an opportunity to grow - developing their confidence and self-esteem.

To Register please fill out the form below or Contact Vicky 973.985.7548

Registration is Closed

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