New approach to improvisation for classical musicians, which allows us as classical musicians to perform classical concerts entirely by improvisation. For professional soloists, chamber musicians, teachers, students, and amateurs.
A short concert/demonstration of original improvised classical music, followed by practical explanations, work by work, showing exactly how the music was made. It shares a unique insight into the actual methods and building blocks out of which the music is built. Includes the opportunity to try out, discuss and ask questions. Bring your instruments!
ABOUT THIS APPROACH
- Classical - not jazz
- No music theory needed
- No previous improvisation experience necessary
- Uses the wonderful rich sounds, highly specialised skills, and rich musical heritage which every classical musician has already acquired from many years of study
- For all instruments including strings, harp, guitar, brass, woodwind, percussion, piano and voice
- Simple method effective for students and professionals alike
- Acclaimed by soloists, professional chamber ensembles and music professors at conservatoires around the world
- Taught in masterclasses at the European String Teachers Association (ESTA), The Guildhall School of Music & drama (London), Vienna University of Performing Arts (MDW), the Voralrberg State Conservatorium (Austria), University of Western Australia & Western Australia Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA)