Devised specifically for Club Rainbow by Thunder Rock School, this programme introduces participants to digital music applications through iPads - allowing users to play complex music with just a tap of a button. Targeted to beneficiaries who face physical restrictions towards learning traditional music instruments, the pilot Digital Music Programme employs the technology of iPads to enable these children to play a vast range of musical instruments with just simple finger movements.
Selected participants will eventually learn how to play musical parts that complement what the Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands are learning, and perform together as a unique, inclusive group at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's Opening Concert.
The programme consists of 3 parts:
1. Class learning sessions
2. Group rehearsals with Music Mentorship Beneficiary Bands (Selected participants)
3. Final public performance at Dreamseeds Arts Fest opening (Selected participants)
For a maximum of 5 beneficiaries only. Last slot still available.
Beneficiaries are to attend all sessions with at least 1 caregiver, who will then be able to guide them with home practice.
5 sessions total starting 24 Sep.
Depending on progress, selected participants will have the opportunity to perform together with participants of the Music Mentorship Programme at Dreamseeds Arts Fest's opening concert on 17 Nov.
iPads will be loaned to participants who do not own one. All necessary application purchase charges will be covered by CRS. If you require specific info on the loan contract, please contact Felicia @ 6377 1789.
For class dates and to sign-up for beneficiaries, please visit this link: https://bit.ly/2OJWM2a