Explore the possibilities of creating music with the guitar in an world music ensemble.
Saturday, November 24, 2014 12:00 PM to 12:45 PM. SIGN UP NOW FOR FREE INDUCTION. 8 SPACES LEFT
A Guitar World Music Ensemble: Flamenco, Rumba, Bossa Nova, Samba, Son, Tangos, Cumbias. Merengue.
All levels are welcome.
The groups will meet once a week at my home studio.
Cost: 295 dollars
Duration: 10 weeks . Maximum 6 members per session.
In each two hour session a style will be explored, we will create a song in that style and perform it.
I believe this is the perfect meeting ground for guitar enthusiasts to get together and have a chance to play with other guitarists in a creative group setting.
I have encountered, as a teacher in the last 30 years, hundreds of students that have learnt to play the guitar a bit but do not know how to take it to the next level. Let me help you.
All ensembles will perform at our community arts centre and I encourage group members to meet up, further play together and develop our workshop musical outcome on a weekly basis.
A perfect opportunity to explore your creativity through the guitar and to make real music with either Spanish, Electric or Acoustic guitars.
Thomas Lorenzo, Music Educator, Composer, Guitarist, Berklee College of Music, 1992 Graduate. Professor at the “Conservatorio del Liceu” of Barcelona, and of the Liverpool Institute for the Performing Arts (Paul Mc Cartney ‘s School of Music)
Dear Members of our Creative Guitar World Music Ensembles for Melbourne Eastern Suburbs.
Here I am adding one of the tracks we will be performing in the new year.
Please memorize each individual part. We will all have a go at all parts.
This track will be played by world music ensembles at all levels.
In order to maintain a constant progress, I urge you all to have it memorized for our next session to be held. For furthers information on our ensemble sessions please visit Melbourne Eastern Suburbs World Music Ensembles
This is the full mp3 version.
Here we have the individual parts for you to learn.