An inclusive approach to music education is coming to Millport on 24 August.

The event takes place at the new Cumbrae Parish Church from 11am till 4pm and is presented by Lucinda Geoghegan.

It is suitable for primary teachers, music teachers, freelance practitioners, young singers, parents, an community choir members.

The Kodály approach to music education is based on Zoltán Kodály who was a Hungarian composer who fundamentally believed that music education should belong to everyone.

It is a child friendly game based approach which is well structured, helping to bridge the gap from school to studying at university or conservatoire level, and is used in many schools, universities and choirs across Scotland.

The practical session will be exploring new ideas for singing games, exploration of a new online resource, and the importance of music is for everyone.

Lucinda is currently a theory and musicianship lecturer at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, a writer of various music publications, and has delivered workshops around the world.

The event is free.

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