The Art of Percussion & Fastest Hands
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | August 16, 2017
There is more to percussion that just keeping time. Every percussion instrument has a different tone and way to play it. How clued up are you on the Art of Percussion? Join Dan Chiorboli as he teaches you more about The Art of Percussion!
If you feel like your percussion work could use some polish, this is the perfect workshop for you. Remember, while drummers can make excellent percussionists, they are different roles. So just because you’re a beast of a drummer, that doesn’t mean you can’t learn a few percussion techniques!
After the workshop, the Glenwood Fastest Hands competition will be run. For more information on the NEW FORMAT for Fastest Hands 2017 [click here].
Where: Glenwood Music Village
Shop 101/102, Glenwood Village Centre
Corner of Che Guevara Rd & Hunt Rd
When: 19 August 2017
What to expect:
Each percussion instrument has its own appeal and tone. While they all have their similarities, it is important to remember that they are all different instruments.
During the course of this workshop, Dan will cover the art of
In addition, Dan will discuss the projects and session work he has been involved in. This will be an excellent workshop for anyone wanting to explore percussion further.
Dan will be joined by Grant Halliday on drums.
More about Dan
Dan Chiorboli, Percussionist & Producer born in Ferera-Italy in July 1955.
He has performed all over the world & played on over 200 albums. Grew up in Durban-KZN. Dan formed the 16-piece Los Cucarachos which became popular with Latin ballroom dancing.
Co-founder of the African Gypsies with Ray Phiri. Collaborated & performed with notable names like Sergio Dias Baptiste, Phil Manzanera, the Soul brothers Black Moses Ngwenya, DJ Black Coffee, Neill Solomon, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Madala Kunene, Syd Kitchen, Sanjeet Teeluck & much more.
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