Believe you require instruments to make music? Award-winning multi instrumentalist, composer & music director, Merlin D’Souza’s fun music camp for kids will challenge you to feel beyond the clear. From whistling to the application of hands or perhaps perhaps the closest kitchen utensils, D’Souza will help children aged between 9 and thirteen create rhythm from everyday items as well as find out the musician in them.
D’Souza shares :”I am thrilled to be doing work with children from various age groups. It’s likely to be a task but one I’m earnestly looking forward to. I am going to lead them through 4 Zoom periods of an hour each, where each day they’ll discover something new about music,”
“By the conclusion of this fun filled music session, the children would have composed their own personal songs – even if with 3 random notes. While having an instrument is surely a brownie point, it’s not a need. They are able to do it with easy apps on their tablets and phones, and likewise by using the hands of theirs. I want each kid attending the session to recognize they’ve a distinctive sound in their personal DNA. Even though it’ll continue changing as they’re older, the lockdown is really no reason at all to restrain the hidden music composer in them,” she signned out.