For over two decades Music Worldwide have been delivering immersive learning workshops and education programmes for schools, further education colleges and universities, as well as combined audience workshops at festivals, conferences and other event sectors. Musical discovery and cultural encounters lies at the heart of our work.
Our workshops and curriculum-linked projects for schools aim to develop children and young people’s insights into, and engagement with, art forms and cultural traditions from around the world.
Our extensive artist network enables a huge choice of workshop styles and formats, which can, and often does, include supporting contextual materials like teacher reference packs and classroom lesson plan guides.
We deliver our workshops in all of the following settings:
- Primary Schools (inc. Early Years/ Nursery)
- Secondary Schools (inc. GCSE input)
- Special Needs Schools and Organisations
- Teacher Training
- After-school and Extra-curricular Clubs
- Corporate Teambuilding and Functions
- Festivals & Community events
Here’s some of the range of workshops we can offer.
African Djembe and percussion, Brazilian Samba and Pandeiro, Cuban Conga and Bata, Irish Bodhran, Peruvian Cajon, Hang and Udu percussion, Australian Didgeridoo, Egyptian Darabuka and Frame Drum, Zimbawean Mbira and Voice, Indian Tabla and Dhol drumming, Beatbox Voice Workshops, Body Percussion and much more.
Spanish Flamenco, Senegalese and Guinean African Dance, Congolese Zoukous Dance, Brazilian Samba & Folkloric Dance, Egyptian Belly Dance, Brazilian Capoeira, South Italian Folk Dance, Indian Bhangra & Bollywood Dance, Cuban Popular and Folkloric Dance, South African/Zulu Dance and Circle Dance formats.