Klezmer Classes 2008 - Summer Term
Ever thought of playing Klezmer?Learn and play this exhilarating musical style with some of the UKs leading Klezmorim. Discover the depth of the Klezmer repertoir, find out how to make your instrument speak with a yiddish accent, learn all about the rhythms and dances and join the ever-growing family of klezmer musicians in the UK.
Experienced tutors include: Abbi Wood, Laoise, Meg Hamilton, Jim Markovitch, Susi Evans, Merlin Shepherd, Robin Harris, Stewart Curtis, Michael Kahan and Guy Schalom
JMI Klezmer classes this Summer term are all about Klezmer fusions fusions with Balkan music, Jazz and dance music. You will learn new tunes as well as transform tunes you already know into jazzy, funky dance tracks. Whats more, this term is all about having FUN with Klezmer!!!
The programme is open to all Klezmer musicians from beginner to advanced and for all ages. Please let others know about these classes by forwarding this email to all your musician friends and acquaintances.
The classes take place on Tuesday evenings from 7-9 pm at SOAS, Thornhaugh Street, London WC1H 0XG.
15th April Klezmer and Balkan music Room G52, SOAS
22nd + 29th April Klezmer Jazz Funk Room G52, SOAS
15th April Klezmer and Balkan music Room G3 SOAS
13th + 20th May Klezmer Jazz Fusion Room G3 SOAS
27th May Klezmer Dance fusion Room G3
10 June Klezmer Party G52
Classes cost £12 per class or £90 for all 9 classes if paid by 15 April
Concessionary rates are £8 per class or £65 for all 9 classes if paid by 15 April
Special rates available for SOAS students.
Also, don't forget to book your place at KlezFest www.jmi.org.uk
Presented by the Jewish Music Institute in association with the Department of Music SOAS.
For more information or to answer any questions please contact Laoise Davidson T: +44 (0)20 7878 4307 E: email@example.com
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