Veronika Grossberger (AT)
In this workshop, the participants become sound researchers and explore the sounds of insects. After an introduction to the topic of environmental and natural sounds, the participants record sounds in nature on the one hand and imitate the sounds of insects with everyday objects they find on their desk, in the kitchen and in the bathroom on the other. They record the sounds independently and learn how to use the recording device (smart phone). Depending on the class size and possibilities, the students can further process the sounds in a music program and creatively change them. The workshop culminates in a small sound installation, which is put together by the music mediator from the sounds of the students.
What does a bee sound like? And a grasshopper? Which sound is higher, which is lower?
|Realization||Online (the class can be at school, at home or divided)|
|Duration||4 units on two dates|
|Participants||up to 15 people, 10 to 14 years|
|Guidance||Veronika Grossberger and 1 teacher|
|Bookable from||November 2021|
Keywords: Sound production, insects, ecosystem, environmental sounds, music education
Veronika Grossberger has been working in the field of music education for many years and for various cultural organizers (Klangspuren Schwaz, Ernst Krenek Forum, Klangraum Minoritenkirche Krems). She deals intensively with everyday noises as sound material as well as with hearing itself.
For further information and booking inquiries please contact Katharina Hof via email@example.com
The create your world TOUR takes part within the Open Science Hub that has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Framework Program for Research and Innovation under grant agreement No. 824581.