Musica Viva in The Guardian’s Top 10 for Changing Arts and Culture

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Musica Viva In Schools’ Interactive whiteboard and digital learning resources were included in The Guardian’s list of  ten global R&D projects that are changing arts and culture. 

The Guardian said of the program, “Australia’s oldest independent professional performing arts organisation, Musica Viva, has developed an interactive whiteboard and several digital learning resources to make school music education more fun. There are also singing exercises to understand the connection between lyrics and notation, as well as drag-and-drop combinations of sounds and instruments, to help students and teachers learn about the elements of music and develop skills in listening, singing, playing, moving and composition.”

Also included in the list were Denmark’s World Online Orchestra, Romania’s Digital Museum, and Brazil’s Playable City. For more information on Musica Viv’a Interactive Whiteboard programs, please visit; www.musicaviva.com.au/education

 

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