In art we can see the dynamic interaction of different principles: order and fantasy, dark and light, cool and warm colours, convex and concave surfaces.
The artist working out of Anthroposophy strives to understand these various polarities and how they are related to inner qualities. From a recognition of these relationships, spiritual realities can be revealed.
Indeed, art can nourish and enliven the whole of life and many courses are offered in painting, drawing and sculpture to support individual development.
A specially developed artistic approach plays a key role in all Waldorf education, teacher training and individual therapy. Anthroposophical art therapists are currently working in clinics, NHS medical practices, hospices and prisons.
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Many people value music for its transcendent qualities – a sense of going beyond the everyday self.
In the last century huge transformations took place in musical consciousness, creating new visions of time, pitch, harmony, tuning and instruments.
Out of such vision, the Tonalis Music Centre was founded in 1991, to provide a social and spiritual foundation for contemporary music and to develop a new paradigm of music involving therapy, education, new acoustic instruments, improvisation, inner and sacred perspectives, and the contemporary musical soundscape.
Tonalis offers three part-time music foundation courses:
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Anthroposophically inspired Music tuition offered to Singers, Composers, Music-teachers, Pianists and Eurythmists by Gregers Brinch.
Gregers Brinch is a composer, singer and teacher with experience of working with a wide range of professionals and laypersons over the past 30 years and has diplomas in composition and piano from the Anthroposophical training centre Musik-seminar an der Eurythmieschule Hamburg in 1992 (now called Alfred Schnittke Akademie). Since 1991 he has worked privately as a music teacher as well as in Waldorf Teacher Trainings in Hamburg and at Emerson College.
In addition to composing, teaching, performing, and Artistic Directorship of the International Concert Series at Steiner Hall in London Gregers has collaborated with a number of theatre projects during his career both as a musician and as an actor.
He has researched the inherent relationship between music and the human being throughout his career. His enthusiastic and inspirational leadership of groups, working with the human voice and percussion instruments, lecturing on Music and Anthroposophy has brought him to countries in Europe and in the Far East.
He is currently a member of a group of musicians (all composers) researching extended tonality within the Musical Section of the International Anthroposophical Society together with Christian Ginat, Knut Rennert, Kazuhiko Yoshida, Joachim Pfeffinger, Gotthart Killian and Bevis Stevens.
Gregers Brinch welcomes any students to work intensively for a duration of mutual aggreement, and available for long distance tutoring in composition by email and skype.
He has released 5 CDs notably through Claudio Records and Parma Records.