Special Issue 8 (2) 2016 “Dalcroze Eurhythmics in music therapy and special music education” – Book review (published on 11 December 2016)
Eurhythmics for Autism and other Neurophysiologic Diagnoses: A Sensorimotor Music-Based Treatment Approach (Dorita Berger)
Reviewed by Bethan Habron-James
Title: Eurhythmics for Autism and other Neurophysiologic Diagnoses: A Sensorimotor Music-Based Treatment Approach | Author: Dorita Berger |
Year: 2016 | Publisher: Jessica Kingsley | Pages: 261 | ISBN: 978 1 84905 989 3
Bethan Habron-James is an internationally renowned teacher of Dalcroze Eurhythmics and holds the Diplôme Supérieur of the Institut Jaques-Dalcroze, Geneva. She teaches at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, UK and trains future teachers of the method nationwide. Bethan is also an experienced teacher of children with special educational needs and undertook some pioneering research into her practice in this field. Previously a professional violinist, she continues to teach the violin, applying her Dalcroze knowledge to string pedagogy.