Adoptee Forum - Sound Play: How Music Moves Us 1/25
In this 70 minutes online sound play, we will experience music through a series of games. We will investigate sound and emotion, dramatize movement, play with rhythm and vocalization, and reflect on the music that surrounds us. We will build self-awareness and understanding of how music helps us process our feelings, emotions and personal identity. No prior musical experience or knowledge is required.
Who: Adoptees only
When: Monday, January 25, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm ET
Where: Online on Zoom.
*** Advanced registration required at https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJErdOuurzwvGNAe_dw5H_cxhdpvzyQuyeVY
Some examples of what's included in the online workshop:
* Listening activities: linking individual sounds and music excerpts to our emotions
* Sound and movement exercise—dramatizing physical responses to sound
* Conductor + Orchestra activity—all participants engage in sound game to experience pattern shifts that occur in all music
* Discussions based around each activity to explore parts of the music process
Jordan Pyle (She/Her/Hers) is a professional musician and Chinese-American adoptee. She plays 2nd oboe/English horn with the Reno Philharmonic, is a founding member of Our Time Wind Quintet, and is an active freelancer and teacher. As a substitute musician, she has performed with the Dallas Symphony, Fort Worth Symphony, and the Colorado Symphony. Her background as a transracial, international adoptee led to her passion for musical storytelling, investigating how we use music to build community and identity.
FCC Greater New YorkWe are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization supporting Chinese adoptees and their families and friends.
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