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The principles behind our education work appear below. For examples of how they work out in practice, see these reports:
Photo: The Wellingborough project - pupils from Earls Barton Junior School, Northampton,
Friday 25th May 2001.
Courtesy Northamptonshire Newspapers Ltd.
ABOUT THE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
The aim of Ambache’s Education Department is to
promote an enthusiasm for and an appreciation and understanding of music and
the work of the group.
The education team is led by Katja Mervola.
introduce the art form in an exciting and accessible way, through
workshops involving young people developing their own creative work
introduce the repertoire of Ambache
encourage young people to create their own pieces of music under the
guidance of an experienced workshop team, using themes from either the
performance pieces or of the school’s choice and to share their work at
the end of the workshop
develop music skills in specific learning areas, in line with the National
Curriculum, ensuring a valuable contribution to the young person’s long
ensure that all participants – the students, teachers and workshop leaders
– have a positive and valuable educational experience
encourage the enjoyment of music and music making
encourage a long term interest in and enthusiasm for music
details, please contact Diana Ambache at firstname.lastname@example.org
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