Ladders to Heaven (Leiterli-Spiel) des Museum Rietberg Zürich für iPhone & iPad Spiel

Ladders to Heaven Dieses iPad/iPhone* Game ist eine Neuinterpretation des indischen Brettspiels «Snakes and Ladders». Die Ästhetik und Musik des Spiels beruhen auf altindischer Malerei und indischen Rhythmen. Jetzt gratis herunterladen im AppStore! Ein Besuch der Ausstellungen des Museum Rietberg in Zürich lohnt sich! * kompatibel mit den neuen Modellen des iPod touch Mehr über Museum Rietberg >>  

Exploring a wealth of rhythmic and melodic motifs: Interactive music session for and with Montessori teachers – Zurich

At the invitation of Christine Urand (Director, Rietberg Montessori School) Ludwig Pesch took the full assembly of teachers on a musical journey across South India: exploring a wealth of rhythmic and melodic motifs suitable for young learners while enabling parents, teachers and care-givers to enjoy music making themselves (even as “lay people”, musically speaking). This …

Interkulturelle Angebote

Wir entwickeln Angebote, die Pädagogen unmittelbar in ihren jeweiligen Fächer anwenden können –  zum Beispiel Tanz, Musik, Geschichten erzählen, Theater oder Mathematik.* Damit erleichtern wir die Verständigung und Zusammenarbeit von Menschen aus verschiedenen Kulturen mit musikalischen Mitteln. Dabei braucht Indien nicht immer im Vordergrund zu stehen. Den Organisatoren ersparen wir langwierige Vorbereitungen wie auch technischen Aufwand. So können …

“Eine kleine Weltmusik: die Musik der Santal” in Klangkörper. Saiteninstrumente aus Indien – Rezension in ASIEN 139

Johannes Beltz; Marie Eve Celio-Scheurer (Hgg.): Klangkörper. Saiteninstrumente aus Indien. Zürich: Museum Rietberg, 2015. 81 S., 23 EUR | Zur Ausstellung in Indien und über die Englische Ausgabe: Cadence and Counterpoint, Documenting Santal Musical Traditions by Johannes Beltz, Ruchira Ghose and Maria-Eve Celio-Scheurer (eds.) >> Eine einzigartige Würdigung der visuellen Attraktivität und künstlerischen Qualität der Musikinstrumente der Santal in Indien. …

Contribution to the world conference of the International Society for Music Education in Glasgow – ISME 2016

“Yours figuratively: Indian music in intercultural education” Date: Thursday 28th July 2016 (17:15 – 18:15) Venue: AGOS Studio Paper Number: 704.00 | Submission Category: Demonstration/Workshop Special Interest Group (SIG): Practice & Research in Integrated Music Education For more details, kindly check the  isme2016glasgow.org website during the conference  (24-29 July 2016) Abstract Music counts among the proverbial “64 arts and skills” of ancient …

Lecture recital: Flutes and tambura – Netherlands

Private lecture-recital at Zoetermeer, 21 June 2014 performed by Usha Ramesh & Ludwig Pesch – bamboo flutes Mieke Beumer – tambura About the musicians Usha Ramesh and Ludwig Pesch were fellow pupils of Ramachandra Shastry (1906-92) during their student days at Kalakshetra College of Fine Arts in Chennai. Having studied both music and painting – under renowned artist …

about us

Yogeswaran is a Carnatic singer, composer and multi-instrumentalist who has performed, collaborated and recorded in a diversity of musical, dance and film contexts and settings. His music combines spontaneous creativity within a musical and poetic discipline. He lives in Berlin and London. More >>

cooperation

We advocate “Music for All” and work in consultation with employers, educators, festival organisers and exhibition curators in many countries. What do we all have in common? A belief that musical self-expression matters to individuals and communities alike. For this we have contributed to several of ISME’s music education conferences in Kuala Lumpur, Bologna, and Thessaloniki. In consultation …

A Musical Lotus Pond – workshop at ISME 2012 World Conference

Purpose Probing the depths of Indian sounds and symbols both for their interdisciplinary potential and intrinsic value. Content We pool musical, visual and numerical motifs. Sounds, hand gestures and movements link two school subjects within a single session; and more subjects wherever this approach lends itself to being integrated into a curriculum. Method The “Musical …