Moving through the archive 29/01 symposium, by John Habron

On 29 January 2015, the National Resource Centre for Dance (NRCD) at the University of Surrey was host to Dalcroze Eurhythmics: Moving through the archive.

This free, one-day symposium was organised in collaboration with Coventry University and the Dalcroze Society, now known as Dalcroze UK. It is the first in a series of Dalcroze UK events to mark its centenary.

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Book: Chemins de Rythmique 2 / Paths to Rhythmics 2

Chemins de Rythmique 2

The goal of this book, published under the auspices of the FIER, is to keep a written record of the teachers who have been (some of them are still active) in charge of educating future rhythmics teachers.

More info: Éditions Papillon

To order: Dalcroze Switzerland

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HEM: formation continue en pédagogie Dalcroze 2015-2017

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Internationales Rhythmikfestival 2015: Registrations still open

Updated schedule and registration form (in German but also available in English) are available on the Remscheid Academy’s page.

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Dalcroze UK one day symposium: Moving through the archive

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UK - Moving through the archive

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France: Journée Dalcroze, Paris, 07 mars 2015

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Journée Dalcroze (1/3)

Journée Dalcroze (2)

Journée Dalcroze (3)

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Dalcroze France: Journée d’ateliers pour adultes, Vincennes, 07 février 2015

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The 25th “Dalcroze Eurhythmics Taiwan”

Taiwan 2015 poster

Dates

  • 2015/01/29-31 in Taipei for adults
  • 2015/02/01 in Taipei for Children

Teachers

More info (in Chinese): Dalcroze Taiwan

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2nd International Conference of Dalcroze Studies: The movement connection

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26-29 July 2015
University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, Austria
Read all details on the Studies’ dedicated website

Main goals of the conference

  • To present the best of current research and practice within Dalcroze Studies and related fields worldwide, especially – this year – research into music and movement relationships in music, dance, somatic practices, theatre and therapy;
  • To develop interdisciplinary research into Dalcroze Eurhythmics and related fields;
  • To develop Dalcroze practice, and that in related fields, through research;
  • To promote contact and understanding between different disciplines, including different traditions of Dalcroze practice and Dalcroze-related practice.
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“Triptic” Dalcroze Teachers training in Spain

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