GMF LONDON JAZZ WORKSHOP AND MUSIC FESTIVAL AUGUST 16 - 20, 2017
PizzaExpress Jazz Club, 16–21 August 2017
Some info about this course:
The course has more of an emphasis on playing and performance and there are opportunities each afternoon to do this at the Ensemble Master-class and at night during the extended Jam Sessions. The vocalists will work in a group setting with Guillermo, as well as workshops led by Victorija Pilatovic. The vocal group also works on preparing peices for public performance on Sunday August 20th at Pizza Express Jazz Club, as part of the Students Concert
"Whole group" sessions on Pulse & Polyrhythms / Vocal & Body / Samba and Latin
Instrumental and Vocal classes
These take place and different locations in Soho after the whole group sessions and before lunch break.
Students are formed into 3 different ensembles. Each day during this session the ensembles will work on, and develop pieces, for public performance on Sunday 21st. Feedback and constructive advice will be given by the tutors. The session will be staged in master-class format so that all participants can listen and benefit from the feedback and the experience. Each ensemble will play for 1 hour and then listen/observe for the rest of the period. These sessions open to course participants only. The final performance on the last day is a public concert.
Each night a late night jam session where students and tutors can come together and play, into the wee small hours, will take place. On Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday this will start at 11pm and on Friday and Saturday start time will be midnight.
register, meet and greet, opening concert followed by jam session
Thursday 17 - Saturday 19
Daytime activities and timetable
1000 - 1200 pulse - samba - vocal - venue tbc
1330 - 1630 ensemble master-classes
2030 evening concert
2300 - 130am jam session
Students concert at lunchtime
Main evening concert
End of course
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