Intensive course at London School of Theology 1st to 3rd February 2018
Do you want to lead the nations in worship and explore musical cultures from around the world, then this intensive is for you!
Join us as we:
- Gain skills in playing and inspiring global worship music
- Discover how to release the sounds of the nations
- Move beyond musical homogeneity and explore the God-given beauty of global worship music
“In a growing number of churches across the UK and Europe, mono-cultural worship and music is no longer an option. Many Christian leaders have a burning desire to see their ethnically diverse congregations worship and sing together in unity and to simultaneously encourage the display of indigenous music and worship”
Rev. Dr. Jeremy Perigo, Director of Music & Worship Programmes at LST
Ian Collinge leads the multicultural Resonance ministry of WEC International www.wecinternational.org where he trains people in cross-cultural and multicultural music, as well as teaching at All Nations Christian College and London School of Theology. A graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, Ian also has a Masters Degree in Ethnomusicology from the School of Oriental and African Studies. After which he researched various aspects of folk music, especially the Dramnyen Lute, producing a suite of worship music resources for new churches across the Himalayas. Between 1988-2000 he lived mostly in Asia, researching indigenous music. Since returning to the UK, Ian has coordinated a DVD and storytelling project using multiple indigenous art forms and has been involved in developing multicultural music in his home church.
- Principles and practice of ethnomusicology
- Cross-cultural worship and mission
- Leading cross-cultural songwriting workshops
- Learning and processing songs from minority non-Western cultures
- Learning to play a selection of Asian instruments
Thursday, 1 February – 9.00-19.00 (lunch & dinner included)
Friday, 2 February – 9.00-19.00 (lunch & dinner included)
Saturday, 3 February – 9.00-17.00 (lunch included)
(includes lunch and dinner on Thursday & Friday and lunch on Saturday)
Visiting Student without Assessment: £250
Visiting Student with Assessment: £675
Contact Matthew Green 01923 456220, firstname.lastname@example.org for details or to book places.