This course is eligible for the Erasmus+ funding programme
The participants will have the opportunity to actively engage in Pop Singing, Ballet, Folk Singing and Dancing activities by practicing during the seminars and performing at local events together with talented and well-known local artists (e.g. Armonia Band, Miss Désiré, Toti Poeta).
Target Group – Performing arts teachers and students, performers.
Objectives – The performance industry today is highly competitive, however, it also has a great variety of career opportunities to offer to talented individuals who have gathered rich experience in their field. Performers are expected to actively demonstrate their creativity, outstanding abilities and be able to share their professional experience gained at home and abroad. Therefore, this course is a great opportunity to broaden your international experience in the performing arts field and make your job search easier in the future!The course will help participants to develop their dancing and singing skills (including pop and folk singing, folk and ballet dancing skills).
Methodology – The training strategy is based on active learning methods: all participants will actively engage in the training course provided by competent, local dancers and singers as well as participate and present the results achieved during the training at local dancing and singing events. A number of workshops, group activities and feedback sessions will take place during the highly interactive training course.
Training Outcomes – After the training, the participants are expected to gain new skills and find new inspiration for future performances and art projects. The training will give a chance to share their creative ideas and see the creativity of professional performers from various fields.The training will also expand participants’ career opportunities, as they will bring home new experience from abroad which will make them more desired employees not only in their home country but also internationally.