Activiteiten

Hieronder vind je een overzicht van activiteiten die de komende weken bij Akoesticum plaatsvinden. Van cursussen, workshops en meerdaagse repetities tot concoursen en festivals. Deze agenda wordt wekelijks bijgewerkt zodat je altijd up-to-date informatie hebt over wat er de komende 4 weken bij Akoesticum plaatsvindt.

Activiteiten organiseren bij Akoesticum

Wil je activiteiten organiseren bij Akoesticum van één of meerdere dagen, neem dan zeker contact met ons op om alle mogelijkheden te bespreken. We zullen je zeker uitnodigen zodat we je de locatie kunnen laten zien. We kunnen dan meteen ook alle wensen en mogelijkheden bespreken. Je kunt ook direct een boekingsaanvraag doorgeven.  Akoesticum is een ideale trainingsplek om te repeteren met kleine en grote groepen. Zelf richten wij ons vooral op talentontwikkeling en na- en bijscholing, samen met andere organisaties in de cultuursector.

Bijwonen publiekspresentaties

Optreden moet je oefenen. Groepen die bij ons repeteren sluiten hun repetitiedag of weekend soms af met een presentatie voor publiek. In de agenda kun je zien welke publiekspresentaties gepland zijn. Deze presentaties kun je gratis bijwonen, voor een klein bedrag of een vrijwillige donatie aan ons Fonds voor Talentontwikkeling.  
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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

 

 

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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
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Advanced Community Music Training | Musicians without Borders
okt 27 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
Trainingsweek theatercollectief PLEK MAKEN @ Tuinzaal
okt 27 – nov 4 hele dag

PLEK is een collectief van bevlogen jonge mensen met een liefde voor theater en persoonlijke en sociale ontwikkeling. Ondanks de verschillende achtergronden, vielen ze voor dezelfde methodiek: ‘Theater van de Onderdrukten’ van Augusto Boal. Een dynamische, speelse methode om verhalen en kennis boven tafel te krijgen, een dialoog te faciliteren en samen nieuwe manieren van (samen)leven te onderzoeken en verbeelden. PLEK werkt onder andere samen met NGO’s, scholen, bedrijven en zorginstellingen.

Tijdens deze trainingsvierdaagse wordt er gewerkt met playback theater, gecombineerd met theater van de onderdrukten methoden (forumtheater).

PLEK

“Theatre is a form of knowledge; it should and can also be a means of transforming society. Theatre can help us build our future, rather than just waiting for it”
Augusto Boal

 

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Advanced Community Music Training | Musicians without Borders
okt 28 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