Renowned percussionist and U.S.A. credentialed Music Therapist Carolyn Koebel is back in town to facilitate a weekend of music therapy in rhythms! Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to experience the power of music therapy in rhythms in one weekend.
Date / 19 - 21 Oct 2018
Venue / Lei Yue Mun Park (75 Chai Wan Road, Hong Kong)
> All of the events will be conducted in English
Event 1 - Community Music Therapy in Rhythms
> Open to general public
Date/ 19 Oct 2018 (Fri)
Time/ 7.00 - 9.30 p.m.
Quota/ 30 participants
Fees/ HKD 400
Come & enjoy the power of rhythms! No previous music training is required. People of all ages and abilities are welcomed.
Event 2 - Music Therapy Drumming Primer
> Open to Music Therapist, Creative Arts, Therapists & students
Date/ 20 - 21 Oct 2018 (Sat - Sun)
Time/ 9.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.
Fees/ HKD 2,700
- includes room & board and meals, a 14" REMO frame drum and an egg shaker to
take home after the training
- for therapists and students to sign up for both events
Music Therapy Drumming (MTD) is a curriculum founded by American music therapists Bill Matney, Kalani Das, Michael Marcionetti, and Carolyn Koebel. These professional percussionists also hold degrees in music therapy, and combined their knowledge from both fields to generate this curriculum.
Traditional music and cultural contexts from Brazilian, West African, and Middle Eastern styles will be explored and experienced. Emphasis will be on musical playing techniques, vocabulary building, and increased competence in using percussion in music therapy applications, particularly for accompaniment and clinical improvisation.
MTD Primer is the pre-requisite to register for Music Therapy Drumming Level 1 Certificate courses, offered in China by music therapists/ percussionists Carolyn Koebel & Kalani Das, two of the founding members of the MTD curriculum in the U.S.
This primer will offer specific emphasis on playing techniques for djembe/ cone drums, frame drums (tar and lap-style), bass drums, shakers, and auxiliary percussion instruments. Deeper understanding of the Rhythmic Ground (Brusicia/ Gardstrom) will be explored, exploring duple and triple meter, as well as pushed and straight “feels”. Participants will receive individualized attention to strengthen their playing technique and resources for musical facilitation.
A certificate of attendance will be awarded upon request to serve as evidence to claim continue education credits for music therapists/creative arts therapists.
Don't miss the chance to join this workshop!