Sonya Christie, Scottish: fiddle, song, Cape Breton step-dance and social dance instruction.
Formal qualifications: Bachelor of Arts (Peace Studies), Bradford University 1988 – Music educator (AM), Music Academy of West Jutland 1996 –
Master of Letters (Music) Newcastle University 2008 – Teacher training VIA University College 2010, presently studying mathematics as an additional subject.
CV: Danish Music Schools from 1994 – 2010
(teacher of fiddle, orchestra, general music, street bands, choir); Music Academy of West Jutland 1996 – 2007
(Freelance teacher of Fiddle, General music education, Concerts for the young); Arts Council representative in Folk Centre Hogager 1998 – 2006;
Live Music in Schools, development 1996 - 2004. Present employment: Comprehensive School, Føvling, Denmark.
Jens Kragh, Danish: accordion, guitar, bodhran, mouth-organ and song.
Formal qualifications: Music educator (AM), Music Academy of West Jutland 1986 –
Educational Management, The Municipal High School 1994.
CV: Principal teacher of Blaabjerg School of Music 1984 - 2007 – Member of Ribe District’s Music Council 1992 - 2001 –
Member of DMpF (Music Educators’ Trade Union) Committees for Principals and for Educational Development 1999 – 2007. Present employment:
Former project leader and teacher in Varde School of Music & Arts from 2008.
Now freelance developer and instruktor in digital interactive music education.
Our homepage presents a new-thinking of music theory, with interactive IT exercises designed for Smart Board, computer or tablet.
In the classroom we use these in combination with live music, team quizes and musical movement.
Our musical performance and pedagogy begins in folk-music: melody, rhythm, dance, song, story-telling and the social context creates the
holistic musical context. We offer courses in music education with the goal of empowered music: use what you’ve got, understand it and
We enjoy sharing our knowledge about Scottish culture and whisky tasting. We offer an entertaining evening around whisky tasting,
presentating the Water of Life in an historical context using taste, smell, pictures and words, spiced with music and song from the various whisky regions.
Our music is the folk music of Scotland – Ireland – Denmark and other good dance-music and entertainment.
We feature in the regional TV programme Coffee with Kurt: "They were drawn by music" / "De blev draget af musikken".
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