Christian Artists Seminar

July 29 - August 2, 2018

Piano with Passion

Language the workshop will be taught:
English

We scheduled the workshop as follow:
A series of workshops in 3 days placed in shift 1 or 2 of 1 hour and 20 minutes each day.

This workshop should be placed in the following category:
Music Instruments

Maximum number of participants:
6, more is okay, but it is more difficult to give everybody enough attention and space/room to play.

The needed artistic level of this workshop is:
Advanced/professional/pre-academic/post-academic/masterclass.

The skills criteria for participants to follow this workshop are:
Advanced/professional/pre-academic/post-academic/masterclass.

Participants will have learned after doing this workshop:
Playing piano and making music is all about listening. We hope to achieve a new level of listening, our ears and imagination grew bigger! We're gonna use these tools to improve your own skills: listening to yourself and others, playing together, coloring in pop and jazzchords/harmonisation, what about the left hand?, learn how to play melodies, a bit of theory, playing in different styles (grooves), improvising.

 

An important part of the workshop-'me we use for personal coaching. We focus on special questions / challenges of the student. So I hope to meet you at your musical level, and that you feel free and ask all the (musical) questions you have. That's where we can learn from each other.


What materials/equipment/other things participants need to bring to be able to do this workshop:

Paper/pen/a simple recorder (to record the lessons and musical examples) or memory stick. You could also record / film with your phone of course.

Other important things a participant should know to be able to do this workshop:
No

Describe clearly the content of this workshop:
Making music is listening! And how the piano and the music will sound, is in your hands, ears and imagination.
We're gonna use these tools to achieve a fresh up of your piano skills: coloring in pop and jazzchords/harmonisation, what about the left hand?, playing melodies, playing in different styles (grooves), accompanying.