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Sound Stories with Lianne Cranfield

Sound Stories is a course designed to introduce primary school children to sound-based story telling. Working with sound as an art form and its conceptualization in a world of visual bombardment, the magic of sound art inspires us to tune into what is invisible to the eye. Activities focus on heightening listening skills and harnessing the power of sound to tell our story.

Grade Suitability:

K-6

Maximum Class Size:

Class size

Time Required:

45 minute class + 15 minute prep

Material Required:

Paper, colouring tools. Classroom speakers (if possible)

Language of Instruction:

English

Communities:

All

Lianne Cranfield

Lianne Cranfield debuted in professional musical theatre at age 9 as the lead in Hamilton Theatre Inc’s production of Annie. She studied piano with the Royal Conservatory of Music, as well as courses in guitar and voice. An accredited teacher with a Master's of Education, Lianne devoted major research to studying the multiple benefits of early exposure to music on human development. This lead her to design an early childhood curriculum for schools throughout Ontario. Lianne has taught vocal lessons for the past 10 years and performs regularly. She was nominated as the Entertainment Ambassador for the City of Hamilton and now calls Whitehorse her home.

Contact: 867-332-1112

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