Carnival of the Animals Workshop

Workshops available with the "Culture à l'école"​ program.

 

The Workshop


The Carnival of the Animals workshop introduces young people in listening to this classical music masterpiece. This musical zoological fantasy is made up of short and very colourful musical pieces; each representing an animal personified by a musical instrument. Children actively participate in team games with the aim of discovering the musical personality of each animal imagined by Camille Saint Saëns.

 

 

A maximum of 25 students per workshop or according to health measures in schools (COVID 19)

No equipment necessary - Music performed in duet by the pianist-animators

 

For information and reservations:

info@arsenal.ca 
+ 1 514 738-0336

Suitable for

Workshop given by

Duration

Pre-school and 1st cycle            (4 to 8 yrs old)

Animator and Pianist

50 minutes per workshop

max 3/day

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CARNIVAL OF

THE ANIMALS

Music by

Camille Saint-Saëns

TEAM

Creative Team

Conceptors & Artistic Directors 
Reggi Ettore 
Lorena Corradi

Animator

Myra Camirand

Pianists

Lisandre Sévigny Di Quinzo

          PEDAGOGICAL ACTIVITY

These activities qualify for the program “La Culture à l'École” through Quebec’s Ministry of education.

This workshop introduces kids to the appreciation of this great work of classical music. The children actively participate in the team activities to discover the musical personality of each animal in the Carnival as Camille Saint- Saëns imagined them.

Thanks to the versatility of its artistic and educational capacities, L’Arsenal à musique is a major partner for the realization of artistic and cultural projects for young people, in collaboration with teachers and arts specialists (in the spirit of the program ‘La Culture à l’école’).

These projects provide (through preparation, development and reflection) an opportunity to include students in all of the steps of the creative process, inviting them to invent, perform and appreciate their own works. It has been proven that such experiences help today’s children to thrive as citizens, becoming culturally active and open, curious, with sharp critical and aesthetic thinking.

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