Join Katie Teage and Kent Music to explore ways of using composition and improvisation in your music curriculums
In this session you will be guided through what composition and improvisation looks like across the primary setting. We will discuss planning for composition and how to use the smallest elements of music to create wonderful pieces of music. Composition and Improvisation has great value for the children; creating ownership of their musical development for part of the lesson and enabling a fantastic opportunity for children to feel heard.
This session will look at compositional activities for students of all primary ages across KS1 and KS2. This session is suitable for teachers with a lack of experience teaching music as well as more experienced teachers.
About Katie Teage:
Katie Teage is an Educator, Choir conductor, Composer, Arranger and Soprano with the London Vocal Project. Katie studied a BA in Music at Middlesex university (2005), a Mmus in Composition at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (2008) and a MA in Music Education at the Institute of Education (University College London) (2014). Katie is also a qualified teacher (QTS 2010). Katie’s 15 years experience in primary education and work as an Assistant Headteacher puts her in high demand as an educator. Katie is a musicianship teacher and workshop leader at the Royal College of Music, works for schools in London as Primary Music Specialist, a Choral and Musicianship leader for The Voices Foundation and a trainer for Musical Futures.