Training for musicians

The Fondation EME regularly offers training and lectures to their musicians in order to strengthen the EME community and to keep up to date on all musical methods.

More informations for the trainings per mail at contact@fondation-eme.lu

"Why Music" & "How to connect with music"

Preparatory training for all new musicians of the Fondation EME.

The exchanges with Martine Wallenborn will help the musicians to better understand our mission, audience and vision and will help them prepare their repertoire.


Sessions :

12.02.2021 : 10h30 - 11h30 Module 1 (FR).
12.02.2021 : 15h00 - 16h00 Module 1 (DE)
19.02.2021 : 10h30 - 11h30 Module 2 (FR)
19.02.2021: 15h00 - 16h00 Module 2 (DE)

Module 1 : "Why music?"

The general effects of music on body, mind and soul will be presented. Special attention will be given to specific needs and effects, indications and possible contraindications for people with mental impairments, people with dementia disease and people in palliative care (30 minutes).
-15 minutes of questions/answers and friendly exchange.


Module 2 : "How to connect with music?"

Analysing and building a musical and interactive contact with a specific audience. Among other things, we will see how facial expressions, gestures and voice can be used in a targeted way to involve the audience with its specific needs and characteristics in the musical event. In this context, we will look at the role of the accompanying staff and see how we can involve carers and educators in a more targeted way.

(Lecture, questions-answers, friendly exchange of experiences)


Les fondamentaux de la pédagogie musicale adaptée aux personnes en situation de handicap

Trainer: Magali Viallefond, Founder of Musique et Situations de Handicap

Dates:

13. December from 9h30 - 16h30

6 February from 14h00 until 17h30 and 7. Februar from 9h30 until 16h30

13. February from 14h00 until 17h30 and 14. February from 9h30 until 16h30

Target group: teaching staff of music education establishments in Luxembourg

More information: click here

A training course in collaboration with the Ministry of National Education, Children and Youth

[Past] Music and palliative care

"Musi-kament"...?

 In this module we will look at the possibilities and limitations of music with all its facets, for people with chronic pain. In this context, we pay special attention to the field of palliative care.

Where?
online via Go-To-Meeting

When?
27 November 2020: 10.30 - 11.15 hrs Module FR
27 November 2020: 15.00 - 15.45 Module DE

Limited number of participants:
min. 5 - max. 20 participants per session

Registration :


Registration before 25 November by e-mail to contact@fondation-eme.lu

[Past] Exchange between musicians and institutions moderated by Martine Wallenborn

The Fondation EME has been offering concerts at various institutions since 2009. In the meantime, a large number of musicians have joined the foundation in its mission to bring well-being, dignity and inclusion to fragile and distressed people. The concerts are always a great success for all parties involved. With the aim of improving listening and understanding between musicians and supervising staff, we are pleased to offer you a training/exchange session led by Martine Wallenborn on this subject.

"Listening and getting along"...?
In this module, the exchange between musicians and coaching staff is encouraged. A short introduction about the general effects of music on body, soul and spirit is presented as well as a short analysis and establishment of musical and interactive contact with a specific audience.
 
Where :
online via Go-To-Meeting

Session :
2 October 2020: 10.30 - 11.30 am Module FR
2 October 2020: 14:30 - 15:30 Module DE

Limited number of participants:
min. 5 - max. 20 participants per session

Registration :
please register until September 23rd by email to contact@fondation-eme.lu

[Past] "Why Music" & "How to connect with music"

Module 1 "Why Music" on the 27/05/2020 with Martine Wallenborn

The general effects of music on body, mind and soul are presented. Special attention is given to the specific needs and effects, indications and possible contradications for people with mental retardation, people with dementia and people in palliative care (30 minutes).

15 minutes Questions/answers and friendly exchange


Module 2 "How to connect with music" on the 28/05/2020 with Martine Wallenborn

Analysis and development of a musical and interactive contact to a specific audience. We will see, among other things, how facial expressions, gestures and voice can be used in a targeted manner to involve the audience with its specific needs and characteristics in the musical event. In this context, we will look at the role of the accompanying staff and see how we can more specifically involve caregivers and educators.

(lecture, question-answers, friendly exchange of experiences)