4th International Music Festival for Children, Youths, and Adults with Hearing Disorders "Beats of Cochlea", Master Class

Prof. Henryk Skarzynski together with team of the World Hearing Center proudly presents the 4th edition of "Beats of Cochlea", aiming to present the musical skills of people with hearing implants. We wish to invite you to participate in instrumental and vocal Master Workshops, which will take place within the framework of "Music in Human Auditory Development" Program.

Not only do we recognise that music plays a central role in the social, emotional, and intellectual development of people with cochlea implants or hearing impairments, but also we’re wishing to provide a supportive environment for training and inspiration.

By offering guidance based on our experience, we hope to influence change for children, youth and adults who want to overcome any possible barrier of performing music and expanding their artistic horizons.

At the upcoming edition we’re planning to place particular emphasis on developing and mastering music skills. A series of workshops will be provided by professional musicians, artists and leading educators. Lectures and talks will be delivered by truly inspirational speakers covering a vast variety of topics. 5 days of intensive Workshops will end with the performance, during which the participants will present the compositions they’ve been working on under the guidance of Masters.

Last but not least, it will be an amazing opportunity to introduce the music therapy program. The enriched 'Music in Human Auditory Development’ Program aims to support patients with hearing implants in auditory rehabilitation, and to provide an opportunity for developing and mastering musical skills for those artistically gifted.


World Hearing Center
/ Światowe Centrum Słuchu

ul. Mokra 17, Kajetany
05-830 Nadarzyn

e-mail: festiwal@ifps.org.pl


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