Be a church musician, not the church drummer
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | May 9, 2018
A good drummer can keep time like a metronome; a great drummer knows how music works. If you want to reach the top of your drumming game, it’s imperative first to understand the basics of musicianship.
During this FREE Ministry Month workshop, Thapelo Mofokeng will be discussing what it takes to be a church musician, not the church drummer. This workshop will benefit drummers of all levels who are trying to hone their skills and who aspire to one day be one of the greats.
Where: DV Village Music Bloemfontein
Shop 5, Victorian Square
C/O 2nd Avenue & President Reitz Street
When: 19 May 2018
Time: 12 am
What to Expect
- Understanding counting and time keeping
- Dynamic drumming
- Listening is a skill
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More about the clinician
Besides being a session musician, Thapelo Mofokeng the drumkit and keyboard teacher, as well as the and sound technology lecturer at Damelin in Bloemfontein. Thapelo has over 13 years of experience in the music industry.
Not only has he got a B-Tech in Jazz & Popular Music from the Tshwane University of Technology, he has also performed alongside giants like Tom Knific, Mlungisi Gegana, Kevin Davidson, Dr Roland Moses, Dr Mageshen Naidoo and Bloemfontein’s very own Andile Qongqo
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