Community Music Training Online 社區音樂大師班@Online

Date: 2021-02-04 - 2021-02-18

We will showcase different models of practice gathered from the international community music network over the past 8 months. 



Methods of engagement to build community

Methods for learning repertoire and technique

Methods of creative improvisation and composition

Methods of songwriting




Date:2021/02/04, 11, 18 (Thur)

Time:HKT 6:00 - 7:30 pm

Cost:HKD 600
!!  Early Bird: HKD 500 (Register before 29 Jan)!!

Online Workshop Via Zoom

Workshop would be conducted in English

Pete Moser
Pete Moser is a composer, performer, producer and facilitator and was the founder and Artistic Director of More Music, one of the foremost community music charities in the UK.
Pete is a multi-instrumentalist and teaches percussion, voice, brass and songwriting as well as the art of running workshops. He co-edited and wrote chapters in 'Community Music: A Handbook’, a book that is aimed at inspiring and empowering music leaders.
Over 25 years, his work in Morecambe, a seaside resort in the North West of England, at More Music saw programmes involve thousands of people of all ages in creative music making and performance. He is committed to creating opportunities for people from across the social spectrum to access music making that can transform their lives and has worked with Youth Music to change the way that Music Education Hubs approach music making. Moser initiated a 12-year development of community music practice in Hong Kong. Moser has worked closely with CCCD for more than a decade and helped to push forward the local development of community music.

Matt Robinson

Matt Robinson is an internationally touring Community Musician who for over a decade has worked with a vast array of people: orchestras, young people in poverty, emerging artists, refugees, culture ministers, concert halls, teachers, and more.

Now Matt is at KONZERTHAUS DORTMUND where he is tasked to create a far-reaching and pioneering Community Music programme within three years; the first such programme in Germany.

Tel: 2891 8482 (Hannah)
WhatsApp: 9383 6353

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