Drum Month 2019 Super Session
Join us for our free Super Session! Come through for a double-header workshop, plus stand a chance to win prizes in our Fastest Hands contest and weekly Lucky Draw. Our Super Sessions are proudly sponsored by Zildjian.
10:30 – Easy Hacks to Drum Tuning Presented by Roy Davis
11:00 – Tools of the Trade
12:00 – Fastest Hands
Enter on the day. Separate entries for over- and under-16’s. Bring your friends and see who can play the most drum strokes in 60 seconds! Zildjian sticks, stick bags, and vouchers up for grabs.
Our Main Workshop for the Day: Tools of the Trade
Even if you don’t want to pursue music as a full-time career, you should always be looking to push yourself to become a world-class drummer. But, just like a formula one driver won’t win a race in a minibus taxi, you won’t achieve your drumming potential without a few tools and tricks.
During this free drum month workshop, Lumanyano Unity Mzi will teach you some of the most valuable drumming tools and tricks to help you achieve new drumming heights. This is the ideal workshop for any drummer who needs to hone their soft skills and wants to learn a few new chops.
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Where: Paul Bothner Music Plumstead
Shop G7 Richmond Centre,
Main Road, Plumstead
When: 24 August 2019
Time: 11 am
What to Expect
- Sessioning Styles and Arsenal of Chops
- Essential Chops
- Being Professional
- Handling the business
- Positioning Your Self to Get the Gig You want to play
More About Lumanyano Unity Mzi
Lumanyano Mzi, is a Cape Town based drummer, composer and multi-instrumentalist. He grew up in a musical family and has been playing music since the age of six.
His father was, and still is, a Reggae musician. ‘Lumanyano’s career started when the drummer in his father’s band was not available for a gig, so he stepped up and took the gig.
Lumanyano is largely a self-taught musician and has been playing professionally since the age of 14 with a host of local bands – including his father’s band.
Lumanyano has toured and performed with local and international artist like Freshly Ground, Sibongile Khumalo, Zoe Modiga, UCT Big Band, Darryl Andrews Big Band, Nomfundo Xaluva, Dena DeRose, Luciano, Gentleman, Nomadic Orchestra, Guy Collins, Mandisi Dyantyis and Nkulee Dube to name a few.
He graduated from UCT in 2017 and is currently working as a drum teacher at COPA. When not teaching, you can find him doing the Broadway smash-hit musical, Kinky Boots.
He recently returned from a tour with Azania band in Congo Goma playing at the Amani Festival and continues to do session work and studio work in Cape Town.
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