Wooden Hall Concerts
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Joe Robinson 6/29
Guitar Player's Workshop at the Alhecama | 3:30pm | 6/29 This will be Joe Robinson's first small, interactive workshop in the area. It will focus on Guitar Technique, Arranging and Composition for the intermediate to advanced player. $35, maximum 16 students. Joe regularly teaches masterclasses with Tommy Emmanuel and at Berklee, Belmont and a number of respected conservatories in Europe and Asia. Buy the concert and workshop, and get a free Guitar Wineglass with wine at the concert.
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at the Alhecama 9/15 | 11am, 1pm & 3pm | $35 per class
SBAcoustic will present intimate Guitar Workshops on Sunday, September 15 at the Alhecama Theatre.
This will be a rare opportunity to spend time with and learn from three of the world’s great guitarists.
Minimum 10 to hold each class, maximum 16.
Alex de Grassi Workshop: "The Orchestrated, 3D Sound", 11am
Solo guitarists must provide all the components that you might expect to hear in a band or orchestra: melody, harmony, rhythm and bass lines. Just as individual instruments would be directed to play their parts with particular dynamics and articulations, a solo guitar performance must also shape each of the parts to deliver an orchestrated, "three dimensional sound". Alex will demonstrate the use of dynamics, accents, and articulations by presenting excerpts with tabs from his unique compositions and arrangements. He will also be happy to answer questions about the creative process or just about anything else. Bring your guitars!!!
Andrew York Interactive Workshop: 1pm
Andrew will explore, demonstrate and discuss topics based on the participants’ interests and requests, including harmony, composition, arrangements, repertoire, improvisation, ensemble work, technique and performance anxiety.
Carl Verheyen: Play the Blues, 3pm
Carl will present a workshop exploring the signature sounds of Delta, Chicago, Texas, Piedmont, Jazz and British blues focusing on the acoustic with some electric guitar. Carl’s “4 levels of sophistication in the blues” concept will teach students to move between the ornamentation of each style and have a deeper understanding of this great American art form. In addition to being both a touring and session musician, Carl is an adjunct instructor of studio jazz guitar at USC and the Musician's Institute. All levels welcome.
Buy both concert and workshop, and get a free Guitar Wineglass with wine at the concert!
Carl Verheyen 9/15
Willie Watson 10/12
Hiroya Tsukamoto 11/2
Kai Narezo 11/23
Trace Bundy 12/14
Nina Gerber & Chris Webster
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