Featuring Musicians of the MSO
Led by presenter Karen Kyriakou
Jams for Juniors is the perfect way to introduce babies and toddlers to the magic of music!
Children aged 0-5 and their adults can explore, play and join in at this popular 30-minute musical workshops.
Pull up a cushion and explore Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake, led by presenter Karen Kyriakou.
About Karen Kyriakou
Karen Kyriakou’s work as an educator, author, and composer/arranger is underpinned by her passion for music’s unique capacity to unite and inspire. She works broadly in the area of music education, with students from kindergarten to tertiary level. Karen holds a Bachelor of Music Education and a Masters of Music Education.
With over 25 years' experience in the field, Karen is renowned for her ever-innovative approach to music education. She is in demand as a presenter and workshop facilitator with many of Australia’s leading arts organisations and delivers professional learning seminars to teachers of all levels of skill and experience.
Karen is a long-time Artist in Residence in schools for children with additional needs. She was awarded a Churchill Fellowship in 2012 to further her studies in the area of Music and the Deaf. Karen has developed a ‘teaching toolbox’ for making music inclusive for students with disabilities, working with them to perform and create music.
A staunch advocate of lifelong learning, Karen regularly presents at industry conferences, championing creative music-making and inclusive music education.
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