Video: International Eurhythmics Festival in Remscheid

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Genève – Formation post grade “Rythmique Jaques-Dalcroze et intégration”

L’institut Jaques-Dalcroze est désireux de faire profiter un public aussi large que possible des bienfaits de la rythmique.

La rythmique Jaques-Dalcroze est en effet bien plus qu’une simple activité musicale. En alliant le mouvement corporel et le mouvement musical, elle stimule notamment:

  • Attention, concentration, contrôle de soi et mémorisation
  • Connaissance de l’espace
  • Contact avec autrui
  • Equilibre, coordination des mouvements, exercices avec plusieurs tâches simultanées et successives
  • Imagination, sensibilité et musicalité

Ces dernières années, l’institut a développé des collaborations avec des institutions pour personnes en situation de handicap et encouragé l’accueil d’enfants handicapés dans les classes ordinaires.

Il a par ailleurs participé à des projets liés à des démarches d’intégration sociale, telle que la Villa YoYo.

Pour favoriser le développement de tels projets et pour offrir aux enseignants des outils qui leur permettront de les mener à bien, l’institut met sur pied une formation post grade “Rythmique Jaques-Dalcroze et intégration”.


La formation prévoit 4 modules d’une journée:
Module 1: la rythmique comme support pour les enfants avec dyslexie et dyspraxie
Module 2: Les apports de la rythmique Jaques-Dalcroze aux adultes avec handicaps (mental et psychique)
Module 3: Les apports de la rythmique Jaques-Dalcroze aux enfants avec handicaps
Module 4: Rythmique Jaques-Dalcroze et intégration sociale


10 et 31 octobre
7 et 28 novembre


  • Licence d’enseignement Jaques-Dalcroze ou Master de rythmique Jaques-Dalcroze
  • Être étudiant en Master “Rythmique Jaques-Dalcroze”


  • Etudiant-e-s en Master: gratuit[1]
  • Enseignant-e-s IJD: CHF100[1]
  • Personnes extérieures à l’IJD: CHF200

Délai d’inscription: 15 juin 2015

Renseignement et informations:

[1] Prix préférentiel pour les personnes de l’IJD grâce au soutien d’une fondation privée.

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The 26th “Dalcroze Eurhythmics Taiwan”

26th Dalcroze Taiwan


  • 2015/05/22-24 in Taipei for adults
  • 2015/05/27 in Pingtung for Master Class
  • 2015/05/31 in Taipei for Master Class


More info (in Chinese): Dalcroze Taiwan

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Approaches: Call for Papers for a Dalcroze Eurhythmics Special Issue

Approaches: Music Therapy and Special Music Education, a peer-reviewed, open access journal, invites submissions for a special issue dedicated to Dalcroze Eurhythmics to appear in Summer 2016.

Practitioners and researchers are invited to submit original research articles, viewpoints, book reviews, interviews and conference reports for consideration. We welcome writing in any intellectual or methodological tradition and are interested in historical, theoretical and philosophical research as much as qualitative, quantitative or mixed methods investigations into Dalcroze Eurhythmics in practice.

Approaches welcomes submissions from anywhere in the world and authors of any nationality. Although submissions should be written in English or Greek, if neither of these is your first language, the guest editor and his team will be able to offer help as appropriate.

Papers should be at least 2,000 words in length, and can be accompanied by audio-visual or other supplementary material. Guidelines for authors can be found on the Approaches website.

Deadline for submissions: 30 November 2015.

To submit your paper, or discuss your ideas prior to submission, please contact Dr John Habron, guest editor.

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Dalcroze 150: 11-12 July International Workshop in Barcelona, Spain

The workshop is called “The Eurhythmics in the soundscape. The New Circle”. The aim is “to discover the eurythmics work through the soudscape trough the “New Circle”.”

Directed by Neus Fernández and Thierry Hochstätter.

Registration fee: 100 euros.

More info and registration form on the PerkImBa page.

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Emile Jaques-Dalcroze 150 – Bon anniversaire! A brief review to the International Eurhythmics Festival

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A special kind of birthday party, arranged by Barbara Schultze, Herbert Fiedler und Dorothea Weise took place at the Remscheid Academy from 17 – 21 March 2015 as an opening for the events series in 2015 to celebrate the 150th birthday of Émile Jaques-Dalcroze.

In close cooperation with the German Association of Music and Movement / Eurhythmics (AMBR) the academy presented an extensive workshop and conference program with international guests from numerous European countries and Argentina. The main focus being on the Dalcroze method, eurhythmics with a special profile and interdisciplinary eurhythmics.

It gave festival-goers a comprehensive insight into the field of eurhythmics, its methods and its perspectives. It should be of particular interest to the students young graduates and the panels of experts discussing artistic and educational topics. The finals for music and movement composition took place over 2 evenings.

Prizes were awarded by the jury as follow: Category adults: 1st prize Amelia Mauderli (Bern), 2nd prize Anna Lipiec (Katowice), public award Cheng Xie (Weimar). Category children: No 1st but two 2nd prizes: Michèle de Bouyalsky (Bruxelles) and Elena Romanowa (Moscow), public award Johanna Claus (Biel/Bienne).

A further highlight was “The humour of the voice” performed by Hilde Kappes (Berlin). It seems rather unbelievable that only one person is able to bring out all these characters of voice and sound, personalities and ages she typified in such a warm and cheerful way. The audience was enthusiastic.

The fully booked academy was buzzing with the activity of lecturers and participants who did get to know each other over those five days. On the last day a new project was born: “InterRhythmics”: It wishes to connect eurhythmic students and graduates for regular interdisciplinary exchange in related fields of activity and arts.

Please click on the links below for more Information: or

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During the Remscheid Congress in March 2015 a group was founded to enhance artistic activities and contacts in eurhythmics/music and movement in Europe, South America and China. They are looking for financial support. You can support their project by voting for it.

  1. Go to the vote page.
  2. Sign in (bottom right of the page).
  3. Click on Idea Space (top of the page).
  4. Go to the date April 12th 2015. There click on “InterEurhythmics” then on “Supporting”.

You can vote until Sunday 19th April.

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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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