Join us for a day of exploration with this introduction to the Dalcroze Eurhythmics approach to music education. Eurhythmics can be used in any music classrooms no matter the focus or size.
Whether you are interested in finding fun ways to incorporate discriminatory listening and movement into your instruction, additional ways to connect to your students that can’t sit still for more than five minutes, are looking for more ways to improve your ensembles musicianship, or need more strategies to help your private students, we will explore various eurhythmics exercises that can help all students build a deep kinesthetic connection to the music they make and interact with in your class.
Date & Time: Thursday, August 1, 2019 – 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Location: Wisconsin Center for Music Education
Instructor: Blake Schlarmann
Blake Schlarmann has been teaching elementary music in Whitehall, WI, for the past five years. She recieved her bachelors in music education from the University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire and recently earned her masters from the University of St Thomas in St. Paul, MN, where she studied both Orff-Schulwerk and Dalcroze Eurhythmics.
Ms. Schlarmann has completed all of her Orff levels and is currently working with the American Eurhythmics Society to finish her certification in eurhythmics. Though she greatly enjoys working with elementary aged students, she also utilizes eurhythmics with senior citizens in the community.
- Pre-registration is required 10 business days before workshop:
- Member* $75
- Non-Member $100
- Collegiate FREE
Contact Darin Menk
800-589-9762, 608-850-3566 (Madison area)