SELF-CONFIDENCE AND RHYTHM: ACTIVITIES WITH DEAF CHILDREN

Today I wanted to work on the pulse and on the self-confidence in the session of Sounding Out - music and deaf. I started with Pedro Consorte's 'Rhythmic cards' game to introduce the idea of pulse and rhythm through the vision and the reading (really helpful with children with hearing impairment). We used the cards... Continue Reading →

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LIFE OF A TEACHER

I didn't run the best session ever? I will do it another day. This is the best opportunity for me to learn, to understand how to improve and to try to do better next week. I'm still feeling upside-down, though.

I’m ready to move on!

ENG/ITA With this event for children tomorrow I finish this tour between Italy and Spain. I spent 20 days travelling between Milano, Padova, Bologna, Agrate, Pordenone, Ibiza and Albacete! It's been so nice to meet old and new friends and to live amazing moments of #music, #bodymusic, #improtheater, learning and fun ❤️ And Monday I'm... Continue Reading →

O Cantador: la mia voce

Oggi ho cantato il mio primo standard jazz. Punto. Oggi inizia la mia nuova vita. Segnare sul calendario: "Hai fatto il primo passo". Ho iniziato a perdere la voce a 6 anni. I motivi sono mille. Una vita di frustrazione legata al non poter cantare sta finendo. Per riuscirci ho "solo" dovuto cambiare 3 stati,... Continue Reading →

Sounding out – THE SHOW!

ENG/ITA Done! Thanks to my colleagues Eloise Riddell, Ruth Montgomery, Vanessa Stansall and Raphael Clarkson and to all the staff of the Oak Lodge School: it’s been 6 months of hard work but it was worth it! The kids have been amazing, I guess we were more nervous than them! Thanks also to the Handprint... Continue Reading →

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