Past Meetup

Rhythm & Listening Body Music-Percussion Workshop with Pedro Consorte

This Meetup is past

29 people went

Price: £15.00 /per person

Theatre Delicatessen

119 Farringdon Road, EC1R 3DA · London

How to find us

Nearest tube station is Faringdon, 5 minutes walk from the station.

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Details

Rhythm and Listening - Body Music/Percussion Workshop with Pedro Consorte who was part of the Stomp cast!

What is rhythm? How to listen? What does listening mean? How to listen to the different body perceptions? How to search, create, compose, improvise and play at the same time? The session will be taught by one of the leading stars of STOPM!

The purpose of this workshop is to provide creative dynamics that stimulate the body senses and challenge the participants to research, compose and improvise with the body's music.

Through rhythmic games of body percussion, voice, improvisation, collective composition, sound and movement, the group will interact and at the same time mature its listening skills.

How Much?

Waged: £15
Concessions: £12

The goal is to find creative solutions that each body can find to musically solve the challenges individually and in a group. Here is a clip with Pedro performing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyiVAUxNWNQ

further clips here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5COkHNpjAK928MLNdmVAqA

The session is taught by Pedro Consorte:

Pedro has more than 10 years, has been getting involved with rhythmic, sonic and body arts, having experiences mainly with body percussion, theatrical music and movement arts.

Pedro was part of two casts of the international group STOMP and worked as an artist-teacher in world tours, teaching courses, orientating projects and working in different contexts (children, corporative, artistic, therapeutic).

In his trajectory, there are also: Barbatuques’ Study Group, Fritos’ Study Group, Foundation course in Music (CCCU – England), Graduation in Body Arts’ Communication (PUCSP) and Post Graduate course in Collaborative Methodologies (UniBr).

Further details on Pedro's background:

https://pedroconsorte.wordpress.com/