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Also-known-as Adoptee Forum - Sound Play: How Music Moves Us

  • 25 Jan 2021
  • 6:30 PM
  • zoom

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

About Jordan
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.

Jordan earned her Bachelor of Music in Performance at the University of Colorado Boulder and her Masters in Music at Southern Methodist University. In addition to music, Jordan loves to connect with Adoptees and serves as a virtual coordinator for Adopteen. Feel free to connect with Jordan on her Instagram @jordan.pyle.oboe or via email at jordanlpyle@gmail.com. For information about performances and about her teaching studio visit www.jordanpyle.com

*** The purpose of Also-Known-As adoptee forums are to create a confidential and safe space for adoptees to discuss personal topics. These forums are only open to adoptees. While we welcome community supporters, friends, and families of adoptees to many of our events, this event is closed to non-adoptees. ***

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