Children’s Music Workshops In Liverpool: 5 April 2007

Live-A-Music (Liverpool) is planning a series of Children’s Music Workshops at Easter (Thursday 5 April) and over the Summer break. The workshops, run by fully qualified and experienced leaders, are for children aged 7-plus (younger siblings may be accepted) and will be in Mossley Hill Parish Church Hall, Rose Lane, Liverpool 18.

Purpose of the Children’s Music Workshops
The workshops will encourage children to enjoy, explore and create music, bringing together stories, music, ideas and imagination in different ways.
Every child will have something individual and personal to bring to this very positive and engaging musical process.
Venue and date/s
The first Children’s Workshop will be held on Thursday 5 April , in Mossley Hill Parish Church Hall, Rose Lane, Liverpool L18 8DB.
Further Workshops are planned for the Summer holiday period.
Sessions and times
Each Children’s Music Workshop will run for just under two hours, with a dedicated theme for each session. Sessions will be 9 am – 10.45, 11.15 – 1 pm, and 2 pm – 3.45.

Children may attend as few or as many of the sessions as they wish, within the constraints of the maximum number of places available for each workshop.
To register your interest, please click here, or via the link below.
Instruments and themes
The themes of the workshops will be varied and challenging, to engage the participating children fully.
Musical equipment will be provided for the sessions and children who already play musical instruments are encouraged to bring these with them.
Workshop leaders
The workshops will be run by two very experienced professional musicians and animateurs / teachers:

Martin Anthony (Tony) Burrage, LRAM, GRSM, ARAM and
Richard Gordon-Smith, ARCM, GRSM, Cert. Ed.
Additional teaching and professional support will also be available.
Children’s ages; parents & other family members
It is expected that most children will be aged seven or over. Parents, Guardians or other previously agreed responsible adults are welcome also to attend the sessions, and younger children may be accepted for the sessions if accompanied at all times by older siblings or an agreed adult.
Cost
The fee per child per session is £6.50. (Two sessions: £13; three sessions: £19.50.) Any available combination of sessions is
permissible. Accompanying adults and infants may attend at no additional cost.
Each child (except infants with adults) must have a formally booked and paid-for place by the beginning of the session.
Lunchtime supervision responsibilities
Please note that
*** supervision of children can be arranged separately if required between 1 pm and 2 pm ***. (Details on request.)
Refreshment and supervision arrangements for the lunchtime break are the sole responsibility of Parents / Guardians or other previously agreed responsible adults. Children may stay in the venue at lunchtime under direct adult supervision.
Refreshments during sessions

Water and juice will be provided, but children are asked to bring any other suitable refreshment / special preferred drinks for the brief interval which will occur midway in each session. (It will be assumed that children may have the juice provided, or any other refreshments, unless there are clear instructions that this is not the case.)
Parents, Guardians or other agreed responsible adults are, as above, very welcome to accompany children for particular sessions or the entire day, and may also bring their own refreshments. Tea and coffee will be provided.
Registration
To register your interest in the Children’s Music Workshops on Thursday 5 April or in the Summer break please contact us with full details (name and age of child/ren, address, name of
responsible adult contact etc) via this link.

Please click here for a report and pictures of this Live-A-Music (Liverpool) Children’s Music Workshop.

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Posted on February 13, 2007, in Arts, Culture And Heritage, Education, Health And Welfare, Events And Notable Dates, The Music. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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