DabbledooMusic Workshops

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DabbledooMusic Workshops

Axis, Saturday 4th May 2019

DabbledooMusic provides an accessible, engaging and fun way for all the family to enjoy playing music together, regardless of previous experience or ability. Their resources have been developed to encourage creativity and collaboration through the power of music. They use a system of animated, colour-coded notation that anyone can understand to get everybody making music in no time.

Set up in 2010 by Shane McKenna and Killian Redmond, both artists and educators who shared a mutual love of music. Since then, they have developed an entire music curriculum. In this workshop children will be provided with instruments and will play along to Igor The Octopus (the world's greatest drummer!), learn melody with Jazz Cat and even play an Irish Polka.

Booking Information
Time: 11.00am 5-7yrs | 12:30pm 8+ yrs.
Tickets: €5 (Parents go free).
Running time: 45 minutes.
Booking available by phone: 018832100.
Email info@axisballymun.ie for a call back.


Date:
Saturday 4th May 2019
Time:
11.00am | 12.30pm
Price:
€5
Address:
Axis Art Centre and Theatre, Main St, Ballymun, Dublin, Ireland

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