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Csiribiri

   
 
Csiribiri  
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Csiribiri, weekly music programme
for girls and boys of 0-8 years of age
Since 2007 via the programme we introduce the Hungarian musical heritage to babies and children using songs, games, dancing, folk tales accompanied by musical instruments.
 
The aim of the BabaÉnek group is to raise the interest of small children in classical music
and to make them familiar with Hungarian folksongs. We welcome babies upto 4 years of age together with their parents or grandparents.
 
The aim of the TücsökMuzsika group is to familiarise children with live classical music in a creative way. During the classes singing accompanied by musical instruments, rythmic exercises and games get centre stage. Our curricula is based on Hungarian folkmusic, children's songs and classical music. To develop the Hungarian language skills of participating children we also teach them rhymes, tales and poems. We welcome children of 4 to 8 years of age, the participation of parents is not necessary. 
Venue:
Op-Weule Cultural Centre
rue Saint-Lambert 91, 1200 Brussels
(4 minutes walk from Roodebeek metro stop)
 
Times:
BabaÉnek & TücsökMuzsika
Thursdays from 5.30 p.m. to 6.15 p.m.
 
Dates:
7, 14, 21, 28 September 2017
5, 12, 19, 26 October 2017
9, 16, 23, 30 November 2017
7, 14 December 2017
11, 18, 25 January 2018
Teachers:
Adél Fekete, viola artist
Zsuzsanna Tarcsay, violin artist
music professors
 
Contact us:
csiribiri@arcfam.be or +32 477 08 62 00
 
Fees per child:
155 euro per term with asbl full membership
146 euro per term with asbl associate membership
second child from the same family: 75 euro discount
trial class: free of charge
card for 10 classes: 121 euro
card for 5 classes: 61 euro
(cards are only valid for 1 term)
The programme is only open to members of arcFAM Association. The yearly membership fee is included in the participation fee above. Full members are entitled to vote at the general assembly of the association and to a 5 euro discount per family at the events organised by the association.
enlightened How to sign-up for the Csiribiri Programme: enlightened
1. Register online for the autumn semester of the 2017/18 school year at this link.
2. Join arcFAM Association (one parent) by downloading the membership form here and returning it by to the trainer duly filled in at the first class.
3. Transfer the participation fee to our account.
   
 
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