A creative workshop for song writing and composition with the young inmates of the Malaspina Juvenile Prison in Palermo
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
To offer the young inmates a chance to cultivate in a simple, free and happy manner artistic and communicative abilities; to improve the lives of the young inmates and favour productive reinsertion in society when their sentence is over through emotional and relational growth based on music and expression through lyrics
Approximately 12 young inmates at the Malaspina Juvenile Prison and, indirectly, their fellow inmates and families
The project proposes the realization of a creative song-writing workshop in the Malaspina Juvenile Prison bolstered by “simple” musical activities as a way to enable the young inmates to tell their stories and feel themselves to be protagonists and freer. Music becomes for these inmates an instrument for reflection, free expression and personal catharsis. The plan for study for writing lyrics refers to the “Autori” course that is held every year at the C.E.T (Centro Europeo di Tuscolano), a school for musical training directed by Mogol. It is based on a programme composed of theoretical and practical training. The workshop is conducted by an expert on lyrics, a musician and a tutor with experience in managing groups of “at risk” youths with the support of prison personnel
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