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HISTORY OF TAKETINA

HISTORY OF TAKETINA

TaKeTiNa was developed in 1970…

…by the Austrian composer and percussionist Reinhard Flatischler.

In the 50 years since its inception, TaKeTiNa has expanded worldwide.

TaKeTiNa – history and origins: the Seventies and Eighties 

  • First TaKeTiNa workshops in history located in India, organized by the Goethe Institute in collaboration with the Indian government
  • TaKeTiNa presentation at the “Pan Music Festival” in Seoul, South Korea; and its inclusion to the curriculum of the Seoul Drama Centre
  • TaKeTiNa performances and workshops as part of the “Wiener Festwochen”, “Horizonte Festival Berlin” and “Jazzfest Berlin”
  • Further workshops in Asia, Latin America and Europe
  • Beginning of the first European TaKeTiNa rhythm teacher training in collaboration with Dr. Wolf Büntig
  • Publication of the first TaKeTiNa book “The Forgotten Power of Rhythm” (Synthesis)
  • TaKeTiNa presented at the Lindau Therapy Convention and at the Convention of the European Association for Body Psychotherapy
  • Reinhard Flatischler is elected to the Scientific Committee of the International Society for Music in Medicine. Lectures and presentations during conventions in Los Angeles and San Antonio, beginning of research project with Dr. Koepchen
  • Regular workshops and performances in the US

TaKeTiNa – the evolution: 1990 – 2010

  • more books are published: “Der Weg zum Rhythmus” (Synthesis), “Rhythm for Evolution” (Schott) and “TaKeTiNa: The Healing Power of Primal Rhythmic Movements” (Ransom House)
  • Founding of the TaKeTiNa Institute for rhythm education and rhythm research
  • Workshops and performances in New York, San Francisco, and Toronto, as well as in Australia and Europe
  • Workshop and performance at the Conference for Humanistic Medicine in Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany
  • “The Power of Chaos in Nature and Music,” a joint lecture with chaos theoretician Dr. Heinz-Otto Peitgen
  • Initiation of the TaKeTiNa Pain Therapy Project in Göppingen in cooperation with Dr. Gerhard Müller-Schwefe and the German Pain Association (DGS)
  • Beginning of regular cooperations with the Music University in Vienna
  • Beginning of TaKeTiNa management training and coaching for companies such as BMW, Daimler, Beiersdorf, Supercomputing Systems AG and others
  • English language TaKeTiNa teacher trainings in the USA and Australia
  • TaKeTiNa rhythm research: numerous measurements with heart rate variability and electroencephalography provide scientific evidence for the effects of TaKeTiNa

TaKeTiNa – today:

  • First TaKeTiNa rhythm therapy training at the Akademie Heiligenfeld successfully completed
  • TaKeTiNa workshop with the Auckland Choral Society in collaboration with conductor Uwe Grodd
  • “Waves upon Waves”, an orchestral suite, composed on TaKeTiNa principles in collaboration with J. Bertl. Premiere in Auckland (NZ) with the Auckland Philharmonia and Auckland Choral Society
  • 2nd composition “Space beyond Space”, also with the Auckland Philharmonia and Auckland Choral Society
  • Beginning of the first TaKeTiNa teacher training in São Paulo (Brazil)
  • Workshops and lectures in China

TaKeTiNa was developed in 1970…

…by the Austrian composer and percussionist Reinhard Flatischler.

In the 50 years since its inception, TaKeTiNa has expanded worldwide.

TaKeTiNa – the origins: the Seventies and Eighties 

  • First TaKeTiNa workshops in India organized by the Goethe Institute in collaboration with the Indian government
  • TaKeTiNa presentation at the “Pan Music Festival” in Seoul, South Korea; and its inclusion to the curriculum of the Seoul Drama Centre
  • TaKeTiNa performances and workshops as part of the “Wiener Festwochen”, “Horizonte Festival Berlin” and “Jazzfest Berlin”
  • Further workshops in Asia, Latin America and Europe
  • Beginning of the first European TaKeTiNa rhythm teacher training in collaboration with Dr. Wolf Büntig
  • Publication of the first TaKeTiNa book “The Forgotten Power of Rhythm” (Synthesis)
  • TaKeTiNa presented at the Lindau Therapy Convention and at the Convention of the European Association for Body Psychotherapy
  • Reinhard Flatischler is elected to the Scientific Committee of the International Society for Music in Medicine. Lectures and presentations during conventions in Los Angeles and San Antonio, beginning of research project with Dr. Koepchen
  • Regular workshops and performances in the US

TaKeTiNa – the evolution: 1990 – 2010

  • more books are published: “Der Weg zum Rhythmus” (Synthesis), “Rhythm for Evolution” (Schott) and “TaKeTiNa: The Healing Power of Primal Rhythmic Movements” (Ransom House)
  • Founding of the TaKeTiNa Institute for rhythm education and rhythm research
  • Workshops and performances in New York, San Francisco, and Toronto, as well as in Australia and Europe
  • Workshop and performance at the Conference for Humanistic Medicine in Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany
  • “The Power of Chaos in Nature and Music,” a joint lecture with chaos theoretician Dr. Heinz-Otto Peitgen
  • Initiation of the TaKeTiNa Pain Therapy Project in Göppingen in cooperation with Dr. Gerhard Müller-Schwefe and the German Pain Association (DGS)
  • Beginning of regular cooperations with the Music University in Vienna
  • Beginning of TaKeTiNa management training and coaching for companies such as BMW, Daimler, Beiersdorf, Supercomputing Systems AG and others
  • English language TaKeTiNa teacher trainings in the USA and Australia
  • TaKeTiNa rhythm research: numerous measurements with heart rate variability and electroencephalography provide scientific evidence for the effects of TaKeTiNa

TaKeTiNa – today:

  • First TaKeTiNa rhythm therapy training at the Akademie Heiligenfeld successfully completed
  • TaKeTiNa workshop with the Auckland Choral Society in collaboration with conductor Uwe Grodd
  • “Waves upon Waves”, an orchestral suite, composed on TaKeTiNa principles in collaboration with J. Bertl. Premiere in Auckland (NZ) with the Auckland Philharmonia and Auckland Choral Society
  • 2nd composition “Space beyond Space”, also with the Auckland Philharmonia and Auckland Choral Society
  • Beginning of the first TaKeTiNa teacher training in São Paulo (Brazil)
  • Workshops and lectures in China

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