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Akoesticum is het  eerste en enige trainingscentrum voor muziek, dans en theater van Nederland. Met 12 repetitieruimtes, 150 bedden en eigen catering, een ideale en inspirerende groepsaccommodatie voor één- of meerdaagse repetities, werkbijeenkomsten en opleidingstrajecten binnen – en buiten de cultuursector. Je vindt ons naast station Ede-Wageningen, in de voormalige Frisokazerne, aan de rand van de Veluwe >> alvast kijken?
"Niet meer weg te denken uit het culturele landschap..."
Gijs Scholten van Aschat
Acteur
"Optimaal voorbereiden voor concerten en optredens!"
Rob van de Laar
Hoornist
"Het Papendal voor de podiumkunsten."
Willem-Alexander der Nederlanden
Koning
"Katalysator voor creativiteit"
Bastiaan Everink
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Akoesticum koninklijk geopend!


Zaterdagavond 24 januari: fantastisch programma vol live muziek en filmbeelden

Uitgelichte activiteiten. Interesse in één van onze ruimtes? Bel 0318-304349 voor beschikbaarheid!

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Meditatiedag Jan Geurtz en Jan Kortie @ Auditorium
okt 19 hele dag

Een dag “Over liefde en loslaten” door Jan Geurtz in samenwerking met Jan Kortie. Afwisselen en samen zullen zij aan het werk zijn met meditatie, spiritualiteit, zang en stembevrijding. Voor meer informatie en aanmelden, ga naar www.jangeurtz.nl

Jan Kortie Lied vd Ziel
foto: Jan Kortie

 

 

 

 

Zangtraining door Xenia Meijer @ Studio
okt 19 @ 12:30 – 17:30

Mezzo-soprano en zangpedagoge Xenia Meijer geeft regelmatig vocale training bij Akoesticum.

Over Xenia Meijer

Xenia MeijerXenia Meijer studeerde in 1992 cum laude af aan het Koninklijk Conservatorium en ontving in 1996 als – tot nu toe – enige vocaliste de Philip Morris Finest Selection Award.

Ze treedt regelmatig op met de ensembles Al Ayre Español en la Sfera Armoniosa, waarmee ze ook prijswinnende cd’s heeft gemaakt. Ook op het operapodium heeft ze internationaal naam gemaakt; ze zong belangrijke rollen bij onder meer Opera Factory, de Nationale Reisopera, Opera aan het Spui, Opera Zuid, the Grand Theatre de Genève en Teatro de Palma de Mallorca. Vele jaren zong ze de rol van Despina in Mozarts Così fan tutte en die van Zerlina in Don Giovanni bij de Komische Oper Berlin in the beroemde ensceneringen van Harry Kupfer, onder leiding van by Yakov Kreizberg.

In de productie De Kus liet ze niet alleen haar klassieke vaardigheden zien, maar ook haar affiniteit met pop en fado. Als specialist op het gebied van oude Spaanse en Latijns-Amerikaanse muziek heeft ze opgetreden op het Chiquitos Festival in 2004 en 2005 in Bolivia met het ensemble Musica Temprana, een van de beroemdste ensembles op het gebied van oude Latijns-Amerikaanse muziek >> zie website conservatorium Amsterdam

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Barokmuziek door PLOC Ensemble
okt 21 hele dag

Het PLOC Ensemble, oud-studenten van het Utrechts Conservatorium, speelt Barok.

  • Petra Nieuwburg, blokfluit
  • Cecilia Baesso, barokviool
  • Lucie Delville, barokcello
  • Ondřej Bernovský, klavecimbel en orgel

kistorgel

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Advanced Community Music Training | Musicians without Borders
okt 23 hele dag

Training of Trainers course is for experienced music workshop leaders, music teachers and music therapists who wish to provide training to other professionals and/or students based on the core principles of our work. They will learn how to train others in workshop facilitation skills that foster an inclusive and safe environment, while exploring concepts related to creativity, improvisation, and nonviolence.

Training of Trainers, October 23-28, 2017

For more information about the program, check musicianswithoutborders.org or contact Meagan Hughes: m.hughes@mwb.ngo

MUSICIANS WITHOUT BORDERS TRAINERS

Musicians without Borders trainers are men and women who collectively have a broad range of training skills and experience in working with children, youth and adults in fragile (post) conflict environments. Besides musical expertise, key qualities for our trainers include:

  • An ability to honor all participants, whatever their level of musical competence, and to stimulate and value musical progress – both of the group and its individual members – based not on arbitrary standards, but on the group or individual’s willingness to enter the shared musical space and move creatively within it.
  • Sensitivity to the overlapping dynamics of the participants’ context – such as traumatic past experiences, physical or psychological health issues, domestic or community problems, stress or depression – that may influence participants’ ability to engage in the process. Trainers must be prepared for complications and be able to navigate the complexities they encounter or intuit when not completely known or understood. This requires a high degree of flexibility and improvisational talent on the part of the trainer.
  • A sense for the right moment to ‘step back and let them shine their own light’, the ability to be a leader who encourages leadership and guides the process of empowerment, whose ego is sufficiently satisfied by the success of his/her teaching, rather than needing to be the central point of attention >> more information

 

 

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Advanced Community Music Training | Musicians without Borders
okt 24 hele dag

Training of Trainers course is for experienced music workshop leaders, music teachers and music therapists who wish to provide training to other professionals and/or students based on the core principles of our work. They will learn how to train others in workshop facilitation skills that foster an inclusive and safe environment, while exploring concepts related to creativity, improvisation, and nonviolence.

Training of Trainers, October 23-28, 2017

For more information about the program, check musicianswithoutborders.org or contact Meagan Hughes: m.hughes@mwb.ngo

MUSICIANS WITHOUT BORDERS TRAINERS

Musicians without Borders trainers are men and women who collectively have a broad range of training skills and experience in working with children, youth and adults in fragile (post) conflict environments. Besides musical expertise, key qualities for our trainers include:

  • An ability to honor all participants, whatever their level of musical competence, and to stimulate and value musical progress – both of the group and its individual members – based not on arbitrary standards, but on the group or individual’s willingness to enter the shared musical space and move creatively within it.
  • Sensitivity to the overlapping dynamics of the participants’ context – such as traumatic past experiences, physical or psychological health issues, domestic or community problems, stress or depression – that may influence participants’ ability to engage in the process. Trainers must be prepared for complications and be able to navigate the complexities they encounter or intuit when not completely known or understood. This requires a high degree of flexibility and improvisational talent on the part of the trainer.
  • A sense for the right moment to ‘step back and let them shine their own light’, the ability to be a leader who encourages leadership and guides the process of empowerment, whose ego is sufficiently satisfied by the success of his/her teaching, rather than needing to be the central point of attention >> more information

 

 

Over angst en dwang door theatergroep De Firma Zorgbehang
okt 24 @ 19:30 – 21:00

Indigo Gelderland (afdeling Preventie) en Theatergroep De Firma Zorgbehang organiseren samen de voorstelling “Control alt delete”. Absurde en realistische scenes wisselen elkaar af en nemen het publiek mee in de wereld van iemand met een dwangstoornis.

De voorstelling is voor iedereen van vijftien jaar en ouder die meer wil weten over angst en dwang. Na de voorstelling is er een interactieve nabespreking. Bezoekers kunnen vragen stellen aan de spelers en ervaringen uitwisselen over het leven met en zonder dwang. Alle bezoekers krijgen een kleine attentie mee.

De Firma Zorgbehang

Scène uit Control, Alt, Delete (foto De Firma Zorgbehang)

Kom Kijken, Kom Luisteren

Datum: dinsdag 24 oktober, 2017
Aanvang: 19:30 uur  (speelduur: 55 minuten)
Toegang €5,- p.p / gratis voor kinderen (15+) en mensen met een minimum inkomen.
Aanmelden via info@indigogelderland.nl of bel 026-3124483

Over Indigo

Indigo helpt mensen met psychische problemen door heel Nederland (Basis GGZ) en behandelt cliënten met gesprekken, cursussen  of online hulp.

Over Firma Zorgbehang

Semi-professionele acteurs die geïnspireerd door eigen ervaringen op het gebied van de geestelijke gezondheidszorg (GGZ), theater maken. De voorstellingen en de gesprekken erna, zorgen voor herkenning, ontlading, verbazing, ontroering, openheid, betrokkenheid en begrip >> naar De Firma Zorgbehang

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Advanced Community Music Training | Musicians without Borders
okt 25 hele dag

Training of Trainers course is for experienced music workshop leaders, music teachers and music therapists who wish to provide training to other professionals and/or students based on the core principles of our work. They will learn how to train others in workshop facilitation skills that foster an inclusive and safe environment, while exploring concepts related to creativity, improvisation, and nonviolence.

Training of Trainers, October 23-28, 2017

For more information about the program, check musicianswithoutborders.org or contact Meagan Hughes: m.hughes@mwb.ngo

MUSICIANS WITHOUT BORDERS TRAINERS

Musicians without Borders trainers are men and women who collectively have a broad range of training skills and experience in working with children, youth and adults in fragile (post) conflict environments. Besides musical expertise, key qualities for our trainers include:

  • An ability to honor all participants, whatever their level of musical competence, and to stimulate and value musical progress – both of the group and its individual members – based not on arbitrary standards, but on the group or individual’s willingness to enter the shared musical space and move creatively within it.
  • Sensitivity to the overlapping dynamics of the participants’ context – such as traumatic past experiences, physical or psychological health issues, domestic or community problems, stress or depression – that may influence participants’ ability to engage in the process. Trainers must be prepared for complications and be able to navigate the complexities they encounter or intuit when not completely known or understood. This requires a high degree of flexibility and improvisational talent on the part of the trainer.
  • A sense for the right moment to ‘step back and let them shine their own light’, the ability to be a leader who encourages leadership and guides the process of empowerment, whose ego is sufficiently satisfied by the success of his/her teaching, rather than needing to be the central point of attention >> more information

 

 

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Advanced Community Music Training | Musicians without Borders
okt 26 hele dag

Training of Trainers course is for experienced music workshop leaders, music teachers and music therapists who wish to provide training to other professionals and/or students based on the core principles of our work. They will learn how to train others in workshop facilitation skills that foster an inclusive and safe environment, while exploring concepts related to creativity, improvisation, and nonviolence.

Training of Trainers, October 23-28, 2017

For more information about the program, check musicianswithoutborders.org or contact Meagan Hughes: m.hughes@mwb.ngo

MUSICIANS WITHOUT BORDERS TRAINERS

Musicians without Borders trainers are men and women who collectively have a broad range of training skills and experience in working with children, youth and adults in fragile (post) conflict environments. Besides musical expertise, key qualities for our trainers include:

  • An ability to honor all participants, whatever their level of musical competence, and to stimulate and value musical progress – both of the group and its individual members – based not on arbitrary standards, but on the group or individual’s willingness to enter the shared musical space and move creatively within it.
  • Sensitivity to the overlapping dynamics of the participants’ context – such as traumatic past experiences, physical or psychological health issues, domestic or community problems, stress or depression – that may influence participants’ ability to engage in the process. Trainers must be prepared for complications and be able to navigate the complexities they encounter or intuit when not completely known or understood. This requires a high degree of flexibility and improvisational talent on the part of the trainer.
  • A sense for the right moment to ‘step back and let them shine their own light’, the ability to be a leader who encourages leadership and guides the process of empowerment, whose ego is sufficiently satisfied by the success of his/her teaching, rather than needing to be the central point of attention >> more information

Eerstvolgende cursussen

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Meditatiedag Jan Geurtz en Jan Kortie @ Auditorium
okt 19 hele dag
Een dag "Over liefde en loslaten" door Jan Geurtz in samenwerking met Jan Kortie. Afwisselen en samen zullen zij aan het werk zijn met meditatie, spiritualiteit, zang en stembevrijding. Voor meer informatie en aanmelden, ga naar www.jangeurtz.nl Jan Kortie Lied vd Ziel foto: Jan Kortie        
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Advanced Community Music Training | Musicians without Borders
okt 23 hele dag
Training of Trainers course is for experienced music workshop leaders, music teachers and music therapists who wish to provide training to other professionals and/or students based on the core principles of our work. They will learn how to train others in workshop facilitation skills that foster an inclusive and safe environment, while exploring concepts related to creativity, improvisation, and nonviolence.

Training of Trainers, October 23-28, 2017

For more information about the program, check musicianswithoutborders.org or contact Meagan Hughes: m.hughes@mwb.ngo

MUSICIANS WITHOUT BORDERS TRAINERS

Musicians without Borders trainers are men and women who collectively have a broad range of training skills and experience in working with children, youth and adults in fragile (post) conflict environments. Besides musical expertise, key qualities for our trainers include:
  • An ability to honor all participants, whatever their level of musical competence, and to stimulate and value musical progress – both of the group and its individual members – based not on arbitrary standards, but on the group or individual’s willingness to enter the shared musical space and move creatively within it.
  • Sensitivity to the overlapping dynamics of the participants’ context – such as traumatic past experiences, physical or psychological health issues, domestic or community problems, stress or depression – that may influence participants’ ability to engage in the process. Trainers must be prepared for complications and be able to navigate the complexities they encounter or intuit when not completely known or understood. This requires a high degree of flexibility and improvisational talent on the part of the trainer.
  • A sense for the right moment to ‘step back and let them shine their own light’, the ability to be a leader who encourages leadership and guides the process of empowerment, whose ego is sufficiently satisfied by the success of his/her teaching, rather than needing to be the central point of attention >> more information
   
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Advanced Community Music Training | Musicians without Borders
okt 24 hele dag
Training of Trainers course is for experienced music workshop leaders, music teachers and music therapists who wish to provide training to other professionals and/or students based on the core principles of our work. They will learn how to train others in workshop facilitation skills that foster an inclusive and safe environment, while exploring concepts related to creativity, improvisation, and nonviolence.

Training of Trainers, October 23-28, 2017

For more information about the program, check musicianswithoutborders.org or contact Meagan Hughes: m.hughes@mwb.ngo

MUSICIANS WITHOUT BORDERS TRAINERS

Musicians without Borders trainers are men and women who collectively have a broad range of training skills and experience in working with children, youth and adults in fragile (post) conflict environments. Besides musical expertise, key qualities for our trainers include:
  • An ability to honor all participants, whatever their level of musical competence, and to stimulate and value musical progress – both of the group and its individual members – based not on arbitrary standards, but on the group or individual’s willingness to enter the shared musical space and move creatively within it.
  • Sensitivity to the overlapping dynamics of the participants’ context – such as traumatic past experiences, physical or psychological health issues, domestic or community problems, stress or depression – that may influence participants’ ability to engage in the process. Trainers must be prepared for complications and be able to navigate the complexities they encounter or intuit when not completely known or understood. This requires a high degree of flexibility and improvisational talent on the part of the trainer.
  • A sense for the right moment to ‘step back and let them shine their own light’, the ability to be a leader who encourages leadership and guides the process of empowerment, whose ego is sufficiently satisfied by the success of his/her teaching, rather than needing to be the central point of attention >> more information