Events & Courses
Musical Storytelling
09 January 2024
This workshop from Early Years Music Scotland will explore the benefits of musical storytelling for early years settings
How we can bring stories to life with music to provide a multi-sensory and engaging experience for the early years?

Using music, song and movement to bring stories to life provides a greater sensory experience for early years children, as well as enabling greater communication and language development. This workshop will explore the benefits of this kind of approach, how it engages children and its impact.

This workshop will be delivered by Kirsty Malone. Kirsty is a theatre practitioner, working all over Scotland as a singer, actor and outreach facilitator. She has taught musical theatre and led early years sessions for a number of years and has recently qualified as an early years practitioner, specialising in outdoor learning. You can find out more about Kirsty at @kirsty_malone on Twitter or Instagram.

Early Years Music Scotland is delivering a year-long programme of free, high-quality, creative and inspiring continuous professional learning and development for musicians working with children in the early years across Scotland, supported by Creative Scotland's Youth Music Initiative.

This workshop is free-of-charge to musicians who are resident in Scotland and working with children in the early years (0-5yrs). Non-Scottish residents may purchase a ticket.

This workshop will be recorded and available to view for one month following the event. If you are unable to attend live, you can select a 'session recording' ticket. The recording will be sent to all ticket holders within 24 hours of the event.

For more information visit www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/early-years-music-scotland-musical-storytelling-tickets-662337949637
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