Making a Music Track Term 2 & 4
27 March, 7 May, 8 May, 18 November 2024
Interactive Digital Workshop | Stages 2 - 3
Fusing technology & music, students will develop their music-making skills while collaborating with a live artist. In your classroom.
Term 4, 2023
Select a session to book or find out more through Dart Learning.
Term 2 & 4, 2024
Suitable for Stages 2 - 3
This program is recommended for Years 3 - 6.
This program runs for approximately 45 mins.
Schools should be dialed-in 15 minutes prior to the commencement of the session to test camera and microphone. Program duration is a guide only and may be subject to change.
The viewing link to connect to this interactive session will be emailed to you in advance.
Please note, you’ll require a working microphone and camera to engage in this live workshop.
This event is free for Australian schools
All digital programs are free to Australian schools and can be viewed with web based video conferencing systems (Zoom). Terms and conditions apply. Fees apply for all international bookings.
If you are unable to proceed with your booked session, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org at least two days prior. Bookers who fail to attend on their booked sessions without providing notice may be barred from further bookings or may be subject to a no-show fee.
For full details, please contact our Creative Learning team at email@example.com or 02 9250 7770.
Fusing technology & music
In this live workshop, students will work with our facilitator live from the Sydney Opera House to explore music skills and techniques to express an idea or story.
Students will develop aural skills by exploring and recognising elements of music such as dynamics and rhythm, will be invited to discuss the purpose and meanings behind music and then, collaborate with our facilitator to create their own compositions. Through recording sounds in their environment, pre-recorded sounds and learning vocal skills, students will create and organise a series of sounds to express their story.
Using a smartphone or other digital device, students will capture their compositions and learn how to use technology to enhance their compositions.
Presented by Sydney Opera House
Frequently asked questions
All you need is an internet connection, a camera & microphone! Schools can connect through Zoom Conferencing in an internet browser, ideally, it is best for you to do so using a conference-enabled smart board or laptop however there are a lot of different ways to make your setup work so please contact us if you are unsure.
If you require technical assistance with your video conferencing facilities, contact your school’s tech support or alternatively contact our Creative Learning team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 9250 7770.
Click on the link for your preferred session time. If it is the first time you have used DART Connections you will be required to set up a username and password.
Please note that DART connections is the booking platform for all of our sessions and you will need to book here even if you are not a NSW or DET school.
Once your booking has been confirmed, our team will be in touch with relevant dial-in details and to address any technical questions you may have.
Sydney Opera House uses Zoom to deliver its Digital Creative Learning and Creative Leadership in Learning programs. The NSW Department of Education has approved the use of Zoom for all year levels.
Sydney Opera House maintains an enterprise licence for Zoom and secures its Zoom sessions by using passwords. Zoom protects participants’ privacy by letting them blur out everything in the camera’s field of view, except themselves. Sydney Opera House does not record these sessions through Zoom’s built-in recording feature or through other means except with participants’ consent.
To interact with Sydney Opera House using Zoom you need to either know the password for that specific session, or have the meeting link with the embedded password.
Check your camera and microphone are working so we can hear your class ok during the session!
To ensure your students get the most out of the experience, a Teachers’ Resource Pack is available for this program.
We recommend using these resources in advance of your digital excursion.
As the program is interactive, we recommend a maximum of 30 students in one classroom for the session.
If you have more than 30 students, please book multiple sessions under each class teacher’s name. If there are no slots available, contact our Creative Learning team at email@example.com or 02 9250 7770.
Each booking entitles you to one connection (meaning that all students will be joining the call from the one space). If you would like to book for multiple classrooms to attend at one time you will just need to make an additional booking and correctly record the number of students in each group.
Interactive events have just 6 slots available, so if you are unable to proceed with your booked session, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org at least two days prior. This gives another school the opportunity to engage in the program.
Bookers who fail to attend on their booked sessions without providing notice may be barred from further bookings or may be subject to a no-show fee.
Our on-demand program, including performances, workshops and talks, are available for a minimum of 10 days after the premiere. This gives you greater flexibility to watch at a time and date that’s convenient to your class. If you would really like to attend outside of the event dates, please contact the Creative Learning team on email@example.com and we will try our best to accommodate you.
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