The seminars will take place from the 28/07 to the 03/08 2008 in Soriano nel Cimino.
They will take place in the morning and in afternoon with instrument, ensemble music, theory and harmony lessons. It’s open to everybody would like to get a deeper knowledge of technic of one or more instruments in Jazz.
A Frequence Certificate will be given at the end of the seminar. The hours will be given directly on the place. The students shall present themselves before 18.00 PM the 27/07/08 at Chiostro Comune di Soriano nel Cimino.
The seminars cost is Euro 400,00 and the payment fee will be done before the 20/07/2008 with bank transfer, postal money order or with certified bank check to be made at ACT Ronciglione Onlus
CARIVIT FILIALE DI RONCIGLIONE
ABI 06065 CAB 73240 C/C 10062910
EUR IBAN IT57X0606573240000010062910
Write on the check Iscrizione Seminario We Love Jazz 2008 and name of student.
FOR ALL THOSE WHO SUBSCRIBE BEFORE THE 31/12/2007 THE PRICE OF THE MASTERCLASS WILL BE € 200,00. SUBSCRIBING BETWEEN THE 01/01/2008 TO THE 28/02/2008 THE PRICE WILL BE €. 250,00. SUBSCRIBING BETWEEN THE 01/03/2008 TO THE 30/04/2007 THE PRICE WILL BE €. 300,00.
All students will provide personal ID with a little curriculum vitae.
All students need to apply their theorical knowledge learned at seminars with actual performance in the Jam Session of the Festival with their teachers.
Kenny Barron (born June 9, 1943 in Philadelphia), is a United States jazz pianist. He is the younger brother of tenor saxophonist Bill Barron, and known for his lyrical, adaptive style. His talent first came to wider recognition when he took the piano chair in the 1960s Dizzy Gillespie quartet. He has gone on to work with hundreds of well-known musicians including Michael Brecker, Yusef Lateef, James Moody, Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard, Buddy Rich, Ron Carter, Chet Baker, Benny Carter, Stan Getz, Regina Carter and Ornette Coleman. He also co-led the group Sphere and has led his own groups for performances and recordings.
For over 25 years, Barron taught piano and keyboard harmony at Rutgers University in New Jersey.