Dick is a very experienced workshop leader and he has worked with a large diversity of groups. With children and adults, in psychiatry, with teachers, managers, therapists, as a guest teacher in various institutes of education and training as well as with groups that are open to everyone that is interested.

Dick’s way of working starts with action (i.e. playing, moving, making music). Out of the experiences we have while acting we will work in the direction of building ideas and notions.
Becoming aware and having consciousness of what you are doing feeds back to the quality of the action. This is a phenomenological way of working.

Possible themes of a workshop:
-sound, movement, improvisation
-music and movement
-rhythm and improvisation
-music and the young child
-listening and playing together
-therapeutic elements in music and play
-education and art