NORWICH INTERNATIONAL JAZZ WORKSHOP AND CREATIVE MUSIC FESTIVAL
MADDERMARKET THEATRE, NORWICH, 10 May 2015
The Maddermarket Theatre with Global Music Foundation presents a dazzling series of interactive workshops and performances, featuring The Perico Sambeat Quartet and Guillermo Rozenthuler. The spectacular setting, the outstanding performers and the varied schedule of activity all add up to an unforgettable experience for everyone who takes part in this unique one day event.
'INSIDE A JAZZ-GREAT ENSEMBLE' with the Perico Sambeat Quartet
4.00pm - 5.00pm (Main Auditorium)
This workshop opens the door for an intimate look at the inner workings of a top flight international jazz quartet. Perico's Group will perform, instruct and comment on the many interactions needed to play well in a saxophone led quartet. A unique opportunity see how the group works together, under the leadership of Perico, rehearsing and discussing the material that will be performed in the evening's concert at 8.00pm. Followed by a Q&A session with the audience – not to be missed!
This workshop is free entry. Please book your ticket.
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THE BIG SINGING CIRCLE WORKSHOP with Guillermo Rozenthuler
5.30pm - 6.00pm - Workshop 1
6.15pm - 6.45pm - Workshop 2
(Both workshops take place in the Emmerson Studio Theatre)
Interactive vocal workshop open to all people who wish to participate or listen.
The Big Singing Circle is a singing gathering open to all. An invitation to live big, to share and nourish each other through sound. Guillermo believes in the link between singing and health, both the healing and harmonising effect of group singing for the individual and also its transformative power for the group, the ways in which singing brings people together, erases hierarchies and foments trust. Group singing can be a wonderful way to enhance well-being and unwind from the pressures of the day…
Circlesongs are spontaneously composed choral music layering melodies, harmonies and rhythms. Circlesinging is a form of group singing that connects with ancestral ways of music-making. It brings people together in sound regardless of their abilities, inviting them to listen deeply and connect with each other.
Tickets £5.00 to participants. Please book your ticket
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