Invented: Family Music Workshops

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Online, Saturday 12th June

Musicians from the wonderful Crash Ensemble lead children aged 6+, along with their grown-ups, in this fun music-making adventure to invent new instruments and sounds together.

Join in and discover how you can create your own music from scratch and become an instant family band at home! During the live online workshop, you’ll get to invent new crazy instruments using whatever you can find at home – everything from a clothes peg to a salt shaker could make an interesting sound and be the instrument you invent.

Then, you’ll experiment and come up with ways to make lots of curious music, create new music compositions and draw unique visual scores. Crash Ensemble will help you to imagine, interpret and shape your ideas throughout your creative adventure while encouraging playful curiosity, communication, and storytelling through music.

Saturday 12th June
11.00am and 2.00pm

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