Music and Diversity (MuV)

Do you like making music or singing? So do lots of refugees! The joy that comes from making music together, whether by singing or playing instruments, connects people from all countries and all cultures. Many immigrants had to leave behind their music groups, choirs, bands and instruments. But they brought their joy in music with them, and want to share it with others here, in Lübeck. Many want to find like-minded Germans, but are shy and nervous about trying out existing groups; do they have room for someone new? Is my German good enough? Will they want me, even if I don’t know the music?

The ‘Music and Diversity’ project aims to build a bridge between immigrants and German natives. We therefore have three focuses:

  • Creating a list of existing music ensembles, and helping immigrants to join them
  • Mama Makes Music groups in family centres
  • The certificate for advanced training in intercultural music
 

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List of music ensembles

We’re looking for non-professional musical ensembles that would welcome one or more refugees to make music with them. You could be a band, marching band, private singing ensembles, church choir, male-voice choir, women’s music ensemble, children’s singing ensemble… The main thing is that you want a new member from another country.

 

Music groups that have already signed up and are looking forward to welcoming new members can be found on this pdf.

Mama makes Music

A musical meeting for mothers! Sing songs, drum, dance, laugh! Experience community! This project takes place in various family centres and is aimed at mothers from both local and immigrant backgrounds.

Certificate for advanced training in intercultural music

This diverse group gives amateur and professional musicians the opportunity to broaden their knowledge and abilities in multicultural music-making. The training currently runs until February 2020, over 5 weekends.

More details can be found here

Advisors (As of June 2019):

Prof. Dr. Raimund Vogels:  Introduction to Ethnomusicolog
Heidi Niehaus:  Music and Language development
Murat Tosun:  Makam and Rhythm in Turkey and the Arab world
Prof. Marno Schulze:  Elementary Music Pedagogy
Prof. Dr. Phil. Habil. Gaja von Sychowski and Dr. Johannes Hasselhorn:  The concept of culture
Berndt Petroschka and Ashraf Sharif Khan:  Comments on selected samples of Indian Music
Joachim Wetzig and Michael Akinwale: Workshop on West African Music
Dieter Mack: Gamela

Probezeiten und Probeort

The next dates for advanced training in intercultural music:

20 - 22.9.19 / 25 - 27.10.19 / 22 - 24.11.19 / 24 - 26.1.20 / 21 - 23.2.20

Location: Meesenring 2

Mama Makes Musc currently takes place in three locations:

  1. Family Centre and Nursery Buntekuh Sprungtuch e.V., Korvetten Straße 64A in Lübeck

-> Friday 10:00 - 11.30, register at the family centre

2. AWO Family centre Drachennest III, Maria-Göppert-Straße 8 in Lübeck

-> Wednesday 12.30 - 14:00, register at the family centre

3. Community hall Stockelsdorf, Ahrensbökerstraße 5 in Stockelsdorf during the Meetings Cafe

-> Frriday 16.30 - 18:00 Uhr, register at Tontalente or just drop by!

 

 

Kontakt

Project team:

Isabel Kuczewski for Mama Makes Music and contact with music ensembles: muv@tontalente.de

Ann-Kristin Kröger for Advanced Training in Intercultural Music: a.kroeger@tontalente.de or 0451 - 300 869 25

Music and Diversity (MuV)

Do you like making music or singing? So do lots of refugees! The joy that comes from making music together, whether by singing or playing instruments, connects people from all countries and all cultures. Many immigrants had to leave behind their music groups, choirs, bands and instruments. But they brought their joy in music with them, and want to share it with others here, in Lübeck. Many want to find like-minded Germans, but are shy and nervous about trying out existing groups; do they have room for someone new? Is my German good enough? Will they want me, even if I don’t know the music?

The ‘Music and Diversity’ project aims to build a bridge between immigrants and German natives. We therefore have three focuses:

  • Creating a list of existing music ensembles, and helping immigrants to join them
  • Mama Makes Music groups in family centres
  • The certificate for advanced training in intercultural music
 

Mehr über MuV - Musik und Vielfalt

List of music ensembles

We’re looking for non-professional musical ensembles that would welcome one or more refugees to make music with them. You could be a band, marching band, private singing ensembles, church choir, male-voice choir, women’s music ensemble, children’s singing ensemble… The main thing is that you want a new member from another country.

 

Music groups that have already signed up and are looking forward to welcoming new members can be found on this pdf.

Mama makes Music

A musical meeting for mothers! Sing songs, drum, dance, laugh! Experience community! This project takes place in various family centres and is aimed at mothers from both local and immigrant backgrounds.

Certificate for advanced training in intercultural music

This diverse group gives amateur and professional musicians the opportunity to broaden their knowledge and abilities in multicultural music-making. The training currently runs until February 2020, over 5 weekends.

More details can be found here

Advisors (As of June 2019):

Prof. Dr. Raimund Vogels:  Introduction to Ethnomusicolog
Heidi Niehaus:  Music and Language development
Murat Tosun:  Makam and Rhythm in Turkey and the Arab world
Prof. Marno Schulze:  Elementary Music Pedagogy
Prof. Dr. Phil. Habil. Gaja von Sychowski and Dr. Johannes Hasselhorn:  The concept of culture
Berndt Petroschka and Ashraf Sharif Khan:  Comments on selected samples of Indian Music
Joachim Wetzig and Michael Akinwale: Workshop on West African Music
Dieter Mack: Gamela

Probezeiten und Probeort

The next dates for advanced training in intercultural music:

20 - 22.9.19 / 25 - 27.10.19 / 22 - 24.11.19 / 24 - 26.1.20 / 21 - 23.2.20

Location: Meesenring 2

Mama Makes Musc currently takes place in three locations:

  1. Family Centre and Nursery Buntekuh Sprungtuch e.V., Korvetten Straße 64A in Lübeck

-> Friday 10:00 - 11.30, register at the family centre

2. AWO Family centre Drachennest III, Maria-Göppert-Straße 8 in Lübeck

-> Wednesday 12.30 - 14:00, register at the family centre

3. Community hall Stockelsdorf, Ahrensbökerstraße 5 in Stockelsdorf during the Meetings Cafe

-> Frriday 16.30 - 18:00 Uhr, register at Tontalente or just drop by!

 

 

Kontakt

Project team:

Isabel Kuczewski for Mama Makes Music and contact with music ensembles: muv@tontalente.de

Ann-Kristin Kröger for Advanced Training in Intercultural Music: a.kroeger@tontalente.de or 0451 - 300 869 25

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