Dalcroze Australia is pleased to welcome back to Perth special guest teacher Jerison Harper Lee (Singapore) to teach this suite of highly practical, targeted workshops. Jerison holds the Master of Arts in Dalcroze Pedagogy from the Institut Jaques-Dalcroze, Geneva. Jerison’s workshops will explore creative, kinaesthetic ways of teaching and learning. In each hands-on workshop, participants will experience practical applications of the Dalcroze approach in their area of speciality: primary classroom music, secondary classroom music, or instrumental teaching. Expect to move, sing, play, create and find efficient, engaging tools through which develop the musicianship skills of your students! These workshops are ideal as a first taste of the Dalcroze approach, or for those with prior Dalcroze experience.
Participants may enrol in just one workshop or multiple workshops.
SATURDAY 8 SEPTEMBER 2018
9am - 12pm: Dalcroze for Primary Music Teachers
1pm - 4pm: Dalcroze for Instrumental Teachers
SUNDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2018
1pm - 4pm: Dalcroze for Secondary Music Teachers
EARLY BIRD FEES (Price is per workshop, paid before 30 June)
Early Bird Member $75.00
Early Bird Non-Member $85.00
Early Bird Concession Non-Member $60.00
Early bird Concession Member $50.00
STANDARD FEES (Price is per workshop, paid on or after 1 July)
Standard Member $85.00
Standard Non-Member $95.00
Standard Concession Member $55.00
Standard Concession Non-Member $65.00
SPECIAL OFFER FOR AUSTA WA MEMBERS
Dalcroze Australia thanks AUSTA WA for supporting this event by providing AUSTA WA members with a $25 discount on their registration fee.
JERISON HARPER LEE
Jerison received his Bachelor of Arts in Music and Movement and Master of Arts in Dalcroze Pedagogy from the Institut Jaques-Dalcroze, Geneva. He has travelled to several other countries, studying with various Dalcroze teachers to understand differences in the approach. Whilst in Geneva, Jerison also studied ballet and modern dance in the Geneva Dance Center and Dance Area. He is eager to spread the wonders of the Dalcroze approach to music and dance educators in Asia. Jerison has given workshops in Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, Vietnam, Europe, America and Australia.
A native Singaporean, Jerison has performed on international stages as a member of the Singapore National Youth Orchestra, National University of Singapore Symphony Orchestra, The Philharmonic Youth Winds, Braddell Heights Symphony and the Singapore Police Force Band.
Jerison is currently a Ph.D. candidate at North-West University, South Africa, researching in the experience of older adults in Dalcroze classes.