Maxi Heinicke studies music education at UdK (University of the Arts) Berlin and rehabilitation science at Humboldt University Berlin.
She has finished an additional qualification program in elementary music education at Hochschule für Musik (Universtity of Music) Hanns Eisler in Berlin.
For a few years Maxi has been working in the field of music education for young children and has given workshops for school classes. She also leads longterm and tandem projects with schools where for example she makes music with 500 children at the same time.
Since 2006 she has been giving seminars for educators and teachers throughout Germany, dealing with the issues of musical development of children and musical work on topics of children’s everyday lives.
Maxi has also been a member of the conceptual team of Klingendes Museum Berlin since its foundation. Since 2009 she has been the musical director of the prisoner theatre „aufBruch“ in the JVA Berlin-Tegel (a Berlin prison).
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