Debby Korfmacher: Creative Music Workshop
During this workshop we will explore ways of creating music in a group setting. Using simple ideas and playful improvisation as a starting point, we will look at collaborative composition techniques and experience ways of creative learning through music, in which the process is more important than the result. We’ll be playing, improvising, experimenting and composing, creating 'something' out of 'nothing'. Everybody is welcome to take part in this workshop, no particular musical skills required!
Debby Korfmacher is a mbira player and singer. She holds an Mmus degree in Ethnomusicology from SOAS (University of London). She first encountered creative collaborative music making at the Guildhall School of Music & Dance in London and has subsequently trained with various workshop leaders. She currently teaches Mbira, African singing and Creative Music Making at the CvA, works as a freelance creative workshop leader & project developer, advisor and trainer. Over the years, she has also gained a lot ofexperience with Early Years music projects and cross‐arts creative projects combining visual arts & music.