Gospel Chops and Improvisation
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | April 29, 2018
Do you want to see three top-performing musicians having an open jam and putting some Roland keyboards through their paces? then come down for this FREE Ministry Month workshop! Join Tshepo Monareng, Charles Hartzenberg, and Ezra Erasmus for this one of a kind performance.
One of the best ways to learn new chops and to develop your playing is to have players who are at a higher level than you demonstrate what they know. By attending this workshop, you will learn how the pros improv over chords and changes. You will be able to witness first hand some amazing chops and you will be given the opportunity to take your playing to the next level.
Where: Jean Village Music
Shop 3 Jean Village Shopping Centre
Corner Jean Avenue & Gerhard Street
When: 5 May 2018
Time: 11 am
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More about the clinicians
Music Director for Naledi King Band, Keys for The VOICE and IDOLS SA. Producer and session keyboardist
Drummer for Naledi King Band/ Proyecto Libertad/ Phill Collins Tribute Band/ Charles Hartzen Band, Producer and Director for DECAPO RECORDING STUDIOS
Band Leader of ZURI AFRIFA, First Keys for Phill Collins Tribute Show. Recording Artist and Session Keybordist
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