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Standard Programme


The Orff approach is a popular method for introducing music to young children, particularly in the West. What makes these lessons inclusive and engaging is that they allow children to enjoy, create, and actively participate in making music. Orff-based instruments include soprano, alto, and bass xylophones/metallophones, as well as other unpitched instruments like claves, shakers, castanets, and sleigh bells. By the end of the program, children will have the skills to perform, improvise, and even compose their own music as part of a group or class ensemble.

Recommendations for optimal learning

  • 60 - 90mins
  •  8 - 12 sessions
  • Max 40 students
  • Age 8 & up
  • 1 Day workshop available ​
  • Can mix with other programmes
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