School Keyboard Workshops

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 Accatura Music Workshops set the stage for children to increase their confidence, imagination and control. They explore and enjoy patterns and learn how sounds and silence can create different moods and effects. These workshops integrate performing and composing, meeting targets within Key Stages One and Two of the Music National Curriculum.

Children take part in various musical games and exercises which are keyboard based with vocal elements. Non-music staff are encourage to participate, as these activities also act as In Service Training (CPD) for staff.
Music-making in pairs promotes sharing and the development of leadership skills, as well as being hugely enjoyable. Pupils’ confidence can also be enhanced if they have opportunities to perform.
Work by Accatura is aimed at compulsory areas of the curriculum which your staff struggle to provide, lessons are bespoke and can be tailored to the individual requirements of the curriculum which you deliver.
Christmas workshops are particularly sought after but dates are limited. Seasonal songs or hymns are enjoyed enormously by staff and children.
Performing on keyboard:
Learn technique, finger positioning and notation. Follow musical scores and learn to read notation appropriate to the music being studied.
Song writing:
Students create melodies for their creative writing and add harmonies & rhythms to create a backing for their song using simple structures and form.
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  • School Keyboard Workshops
  • School Keyboard Workshops
  • School Keyboard Workshops

Kagan Learning Styles

Paired keyboard workshop based composition for groups of up to 30 students is a “Kagan” styled learning opportunity.

Students make up their own rhythms adding a melody using the keyboard and selecting an instrumental sound with which to perform.