For the result to be successful, everyone’s collaboration is required, and this reinforces trust and fosters empathy that reaches out to the entire group. This leads to the sense of union, reduces conflicts and improves individual well-being. While playing music together, interaction is promoted, because it is important to listen to the other, to achieve the correct tuning, the right balance, to play or sing at the right time, just as you should act in everyday life.
For our teachers
The teacher at Dream Orchestra is a passionate musician, who loves to share all he/she knows with his/her students. He/she is interested in their background and their present and treats them with affection and respect, always aware of the responsibility he/she has as a role model. He/she invites them with enthusiasm and creativity to participate in the intensive orchestral activity taking the time to also work explicitly on the development of social and emotional skills of the students.
As a caring observer, the teacher creates a safe environment where everyone learns at its pace and is able to apply different strategies to help the student to overcome the instrumental technical requirements and also teaches them to read and understand the score musically. He /she takes the young musicians to explore and understand the stylistic and musicological issues of the chosen sequential repertoire and prepares them for the presentation in public.
For our students
From the very first day starting your activities at Dream Orchestra, you´ll be part of the orchestra and become an artist with a first date for a first concert in your agenda.
You will learn about the instrument you chose together with your teachers but also with the support from your more experienced peers. In sectional and general rehearsals that take place several days a week, the musical and technical challenges are overcome in an accompanied and guided way which will help you to feel motivated and safe.
Courses and workshops
The Dream Orchestra teacher’s training program will train both students who are growing up in the orchestra as well as volunteers and professional musicians, in the methodology of making music together.
The learning model is supported by a methodology of experimentation-reflection-action-transformation.
Learning to play an instrument in Dream Orchestra is a versatile, cyclical, transformative, disciplinary, interactive and systematic but not immovable activity that considers its members as peers and places the musical pedagogical action as a field for renewal and reflection.