Creative workshops for advanced adults: 2021 series
Our next workshop will be on Saturday July 3rd. Please join us!
10.30am-4.30pm, Redland United Reformed Church, Whiteladies Road, Bristol, BS6 6SA
£50 for the day.
Free on-street parking available in the area.
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org and details will be sent.
NB Only space for 2 pianists, sorry!
Educational training events such as these are allowed under the current exemptions to the Rule of Six. The church is well ventilated and allows for ample social distancing, with plenty of sanitiser stations. You’ll have to bring your own refreshments, though, sorry!
These workshops are aimed at able adult classical and jazz instrumentalists (grade 8+ or equivalent) who are keen to develop their creative skills and work together in both small and large ensembles.
It may be you went to conservatoire but life ended up taking you in a different direction, or that you have honed your skills as an amateur player, or that you are a professional musician looking for a fresh challenge and the opportunity to learn new techniques. Or maybe you’re just after a fun day to work with like-minded people on your musicianship at a satisfying, high level.
No experience of improvisation is required, but you will need to be open to giving it a go! The day is about exploring different ways of creating music together, using a number of tools to devise our own piece inspired by the composers of the iconic works above.
In the morning we will work on collaborative creative skills and cross-stylistic improvisation in a series of fun exercises. The afternoon the focus will be on unpacking the score and you will be led through co-devising a response to it in small and large groups, with an informal sharing to end the day.
Come and join us!