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MUSIC ANOTHER WAY

Discover Your Sound – Your Music – Your Way
NEW Foundation course April – October 2010
at Hawkwood College, near Stroud
with Stefan Cartwright & special guests

Stefan’s new year-long programme has grown from a 6-year association with Hawkwood College, whose relaxed, welcoming atmosphere and beautiful surroundings provide the perfect place to explore our inner world and our creativity.
MUSIC ANOTHER WAY starts in April 2010 and offers an exploration of our innate music and how we can use sound and music to bring harmony to our lives and communities. The course removes the barriers to musical understanding and frees people up to enjoy making sound using their voices and the simple instruments provided. There is no need to read music or to have any prior musical knowledge or training: the basis of this exploration is listening.

Music Another Way is for anyone who wants to participate in music, or anyone who has trained in music yet feels they are missing something vital. It is for anyone who uses sound as part of their work.

The programme comprises four complementary, stand-alone workshops, which together provide a framework for practice:
Living Sound 9-11 April Explores the nature and inner effect of sound
Finding the Voice 11-13 June Will guide you to your natural singing voice
Rhythms of Life 10-12 September Takes us from the inner pulse to the expression of rhythm
Intuitive Music 15-17 October Explores our creativity with sound, through group improvisation

Fees for each weekend:
Residential (all inclusive) Single £248; Shared £228.
Non-residential (all inclusive except B & B) £188
Discount for booking and payment in advance for all four modules. Conditions apply.
Registration 4-6pm on Friday, course ends at 4pm on Sunday
Course founder Stefan Cartwright works with sound in the local and wider community. His experience ranges from electronic music composition to the therapeutic use of sound in hospitals. He is also engaged in developing musical instruments. The practice of Yoga has influenced his work, drawing him to more primal sound sources, including the gong and voice. He is a vocal student in the northern Indian raga tradition and performs improvised music, singing and playing with the acoustic trio Bardo Muse.
Further enquiries contact Stefan: Tel. 01453 767061 mail@innatemusic.co.uk www.innatemusic.co.uk
www.hawkwoodcollege.co.uk Tel. 01453 759034

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