OFFSTAGE EDUCATION

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MUSE/IQUE OFFSTAGE's education events expand the reach of our live Mainstage performances into Pasadena and the greater Los Angeles area through strong partnerships with nonprofit organizations and community and venue partners.

 

It is our commitment to deliver the music and ideas from all of our programs to as many people as we possibly can.

Our education workshops are led by Director of Education and Community Engagement, Heather Lipson Bell.

 

Heather Lipson Bell designs curriculum-based, small group music interactions that engage participants in this program in a deeper experience of the repertoire and themes of our mainstage performances.

 

Each education workshop is an opportunity for participants to have an up-close experience with artists direct from the MUSE/IQUE stage; explore self-expression; gain self-confidence and self-control; connect with fellow students and staff; see, hear, and/or play a variety of musical instruments; engage their imaginations; and be inspired. Students act as both audience and participants because each workshop utilizes a kinesthetic approach, incorporating related art forms such as dance, theater and visual arts. Each session is tailored specifically with the nonprofit partner organization in mind. 

 

Participants in our educational worships are invited to attend all mainstage MUSE/IQUE performances, where they have the opportunity to see the artists they interacted with perform music about the themes they engaged with for free. 

 

In order to continue this vital service in the current climate, these workshops are made accessible remotely.  We are working with our partners to adapt these workshops for video conferencing.