Music Culture and History Classes for Young Musicians

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Music Culture and History Classes for Young Musicians

Jazzschool-Online Young Musicians Program Notes
Scheduling for all Young Musicians Program classes is TBD, based on student scheduling preferences submitted with the application form following each class description. Classes begin the week of September 21st, 2020 and meet for 90 minutes once a week for 10 weeks, with a break for the week of the Thanksgiving holiday.

Jazzschool-Online Technical Notes
All Jazzschool-Online classes meet online via Zoom. Technical requirements include: computer, tablet or phone with a reliable internet connection. Computer (laptop or desktop) is preferred, but a tablet or phone is also possible, with somewhat limited functionality. Optional for improved sound quality: external microphone, either connected via USB or XLR cable to audio interface. For a budget USB mic option, we recommend the Samson Go, currently retailing for around $50 new. Additional technical requirements are listed for specific classes below.

 

10-WEEK FALL QUARTER / SEPTEMBER 21 – DECEMBER 6 / ALL CLASSES VIA ZOOM / ALL TIMES PACIFIC

Colin Hogan

Music from Around the World
Expand your musical horizons by learning about amazing styles from all over the world! Discover, listen to, analyze, and discuss important genres with an emphasis on defining characteristics, primary artists, history, influences and innovations. Group discussions will ensure that many perspectives will be present and encouraged. All musical levels are welcome.
Colin Hogan, $395

Terrence Brewer

The History of Jazz in Ten Songs
This course takes an historical, hands-on-playing, and listening-rich approach to analyzing the 10 songs that shaped the history of America’s indigenous art form, jazz. Each week the class will explore a different composition.
Terrence Brewer, $395

10-WEEK FALL QUARTER / SEPTEMBER 21 – DECEMBER 6 / ALL CLASSES VIA ZOOM / ALL TIMES PACIFIC

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