高木正勝、六本木ヒルズ主催「KIDS FUTURE LAB.」で小学生向けの作曲ワークショップを開催

昨年公開された映画『おおかみこどもの雨と雪』の音楽を手掛けたことも記憶に新しい、日本を代表する音楽家/映像作家である高木正勝が、8月6日(火)、小学生を対象とした作曲ワークショップ『KIDS FUTURE LAB. 絵を描くみたいに「作曲」してみよう』を六本木ヒルズ(ウェストウォーク2F 南側吹抜)にて開催する。

このワークショップは、4月に開業10周年を迎えた六本木ヒルズが展開する、"LOVE TOKYO"をテーマに子供たちと一緒に未来を想うプログラム「KIDS FUTURE LAB.」の一環として企画されたもの。空間クリエイティブカンパニー<JTQ>の谷川じゅんじがコンセプトメイキングを行った同プログラムでは、子供たちがアーティストと共に、考え、学び、初めてのアート作品をつくることができる様々なジャンルのキッズ向けワークショップの開催を予定している。
今回、高木正勝が行う作曲ワークショップは、音楽を演奏した経験はあっても自分で音楽を作ったことはないという子供たちが"自分の曲"を生み出すことにチャレンジできる貴重な機会なので、小学生のお子様をお持ちの方は是非チェックしてみてほしい。なお、参加条件は何か楽器を演奏できること、もしくは身体を使ったり歌を歌ったりできることで、ピアノ以外の楽器を演奏する子供は楽器持参で参加することとなっている。

上記のイベント以外にも、六本木ヒルズは今夏、子供たちの創造力を育むという目的で、六本木ヒルズ入居企業をはじめ、商業店舗、展望台、美術館、映画館、ホテルといった各施設で多彩なワークショップを展開するとともに、近隣の各国大使館からの協力を得たコンテンツも実施。期間中は61種類247講座を予定しており、約6,500名の参加が見込まれている。親子が一緒に楽しめるユニークな企画の数々が、今年の夏休みをより一層盛り上げてくれそうだ。

【開催概要】
KIDS FUTURE LAB. [高木正勝] 絵を描くみたいに「作曲」してみよう
2013年8月6日(火)六本木ヒルズ ウェストウォーク2F 南側吹抜
START 14:00 / END 16:00

参加費無料(小学生が対象、定員10名)
※何か楽器を演奏できること。楽器でなくても、身体を使って音を出す。うた、声でも大丈夫。ピアノ以外の楽器でやりたい人は、楽器を持参してください

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第2期:申込期間 7/16(火)~7/21(日)
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【参考リンク】
・六本木ヒルズ オフィシャル・サイト
http://www.roppongihills.com
・六本木ヒルズ「KIDS' WORKSHOP 2013」
http://www.roppongihills.com/workshop/2013
・KIDS FUTURE LAB. [高木正勝] 絵を描くみたいに「作曲」してみよう
http://www.roppongihills.com/workshop/2013/ws2013_ac_jtqa.html
・高木正勝 オフィシャル・サイト
http://www.takagimasakatsu.com

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