Secretary of Culture conducts special training for training musical groups

The idea is to propose the creation of new musical groups between teachers and students.
22/07/2015 10h40 - Updated 22/07/2015 10h40
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The musical activity of Manaus scenario has grown in recent years and the search for improvement in the area also. Thus, the Government of Amazonas, through the Secretary of State for Culture (SEC), will hold a special training for "Training of Musical Groups" open to the public, with free admission, this Thursday (23), from 9am to 12pm, the School of Arts and Crafts Claudio Santoro (Sambadrome Unit - Avenue Pedro Teixeira, No 2.565, Convention Center, central-west).

"The formation of these new bands is essential for the Amazon remains as one of the Brazilian states more offers art to his people", said the Secretary of State for Culture, Robério Braga.

The event is qualification of faculty and students, for a more complete work in music can bear fruit, as the creation of musical groups. Teachers will conduct training with existing Liceu musical groups, as the People's Repertory Orchestra and Camerata Guitars; a second stage,They will assemble groups such as duos, trios, quartets and, in sequence, create groups with the audience of students and audience.

The idea is to propose the creation of new musical groups between teachers and students, with different views. In the formation process, students attend lectures and films with the musical theme, with space for debate at the end, always with a view to developing a love for music, with the support of teachers and psychologists.

The music core of School of Arts and Crafts Claudio Santoro has 1000 students enrolled, divided among the Popular Music Centers and the Classical Music. During training, the student has the experience of playing together to feel your instrument in group, with the possibility of exploring various formations.

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