Leanaigí is a performance music education programme for pre-school and primary school children. Suitably experienced musicians in schools will be placed by MGGC in schools to deliver this programme. A musician who specializes in whole class tuition will spend 30 minutes with each class/group during the school day on a weekly basis.
Join the wonderful Sarah Hession in this exciting 8-week mini-music class for both parents and kids to enjoy.
Whole class, youth-led experience | To register contact email@example.com
Ages 0-4 with accompanying adult | €5 per session
Music Generation Galway City are working with Galway City Partnership and the Galway Childcare Committee to provide whole class musicmaking experiences for children in Early Years Settings. This youth-led experience is now open to pre-schools and early years settings to develop their own curiosity to become creative in music led by talented Music Generation Educators through in-class or online experiences.
To register your pre-school or early years setting contact firstname.lastname@example.org and start your musical exploration journey!
“Imagine if every child and young person in Ireland could grow up as part of a community where they could experience inclusion, creativity, diversity and empowerment through music.” (Music Generation National Strategy)
Leanaigí is a child-centred performance music education approach which engages children in active music-making through singing activities and games, rhythm, solfége and improvisation. The programme can take the form of “pre-instrumental” sessions (suited to junior classes) where singing, movement and games are the mainstay.
It can also take the form of whole-class weekly sessions on a particular instrument(s) according to the availability of appropriate instrumental practitioners and the suitability of instruments for the large-group context. Once established, the programmes can give rise to ensembles, choir/singing groups and even school orchestras- anything is possible!
Leanaigí is not intended to replace or interfere with primary school music curriculum.