‘PaNiBe, I hear, I see’ introduces to the world a new aural-based relative system for teaching and learning music. ‘PaNiBe, I hear, I see’ is currently being tested for more than two years in schools and music studios in The Nehterlands. ‘PaNiBe, I hear, I see’ makes music learning easy and fun!
‘Pa Ni be: I Hear, I See’ is based on the research: Do Re Mi For Little Kids, in which Raquel Lopez explores ways of music teaching and learning departing from sound experiences themselves. Enjoy music making with Pa Ni be: I Hear, I See!
About Raquel’s Research
A snap shot about her research:
Do Re Mi for Little Kids or The Quest for an Aural Approach to Absolute Do
How should music be taught and learned, and what should be taught first? Should the staff be introduced from the first music class or should music learning begin by ear? In most practices notation is introduced from the very first lesson. But, should this be the case?
Raquel Lopez discusses the subject in light of her recent research in the field of music education. In this discussion, the importance of teaching sound first and symbol second takes a prominent place. To know more about Raquel’s research send an e-mail to: email@example.com
Born in Lima, from Dominican parents, Raquel discovered her love for music and the arts early in life. At a very young age she entered the Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra, to study Education with a concentration in Literature and Philosophy (BA), graduating Summa Cum Laude, while at the same time taking private piano lessons and going to the Institute of Culture and Art in the Dominican Republic, for her music studies.
Raquel graduated Cum Laude in Piano Performance (BM) from Gordon College in Massachusetts, under pianist Dr. Mia Chung and Raymond Hanson. She also holds a Master’s in Music Education degree in voice (MM) from The Royal Conservatoire of The Hague, The Netherlands. Raquel has taken Dalcroze-Eurhythmic training with Robert Abramson at The Juilliard School of Music in New York, and Kodály training at the British Kodály Society in Cambridge, UK, and at The Kodály Institute in Kecskemét, Hungary. Her passion for teaching music keeps her busy with researching and developing programs for teaching music in pedagogically appropriate ways to small children.
Contact Raquel at firstname.lastname@example.org
Illustrations and longo designed by Silvia lopez-Chavez: www.silvialopezchavez.com