Music

Ahoy there! SMFA music students lead creative project on HMS Gannet

19 March 2018

 

On 14th March SMFA music students worked with The Dockyard Development Trust and Kings Hill School to lead a creative music project on HMS Gannet in the Captain's Cabin. They also had a tour of the ship.

Music Education students from Level 2 designed an interactive performance and composition workshop inspired by the Gannet, life at sea, sea shanties and film music inspired by the sea.  The children learned some Pirate Metal, sea songs, took part in a musical “boat race”, and composed and performed their own pieces based on the sights and sounds of the day.

 

Says organiser, SMFA Lecturer in Music, Jackie Walduck , "The project is a fantastic opportunity for students to engage in the kinds of arts events taking place all over the UK, in which musicians work alongside museums, galleries, arts venues, orchestras, record labels or festivals to create accessible projects for members of the community."

 

To see the KMTV feature click on this link: http://www.kentonline.co.uk/kmtv/video/special-university-of-kent-projects-hits-the-right-notes-at-chatham-dockyard-11820/

 

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