Sustainable Music Factory workshops - April 26th, 2007
…with history, art and music.
With the aid of solar-charged tools, recycled materials can be artfully
diatonic music instruments and used to perform stress-reducing
There is a connection to art and history, too. Students will
manufacture tuned musical
instruments, made from recycled materials, using digital
powered by earth-friendlier, recycled batteries. After making their
artistic or creative
musical instruments, they will perform concerts, with flair.
Solar-powered stress meters
will be used before and after a concert. Kids will research the history
instruments. With sufficient hours attended, each student will have a
complete set of
instruments capable of playing human carillon concerts, and be able to
lead a group.
April 26 – June 14
Time 3:15- 4:15
(Min. 8 students, max 12)
No previous musical knowledge is required .
Make Cheques Payable to Silbury Society - Send cheques to Silbury -
11939 Mckee Dr., Delta, V4E 1A8 OR Drop of at Pinewood Elementary (Silbury
Delta Contact: Janet Law (604) 591-8944
* Vancouver Contact: Karen Elkins (604) 261- 4695