WORKSHOP IN GLOBAL MUSIC : TOOLS FOR EDUCATION - Voice, Body Percussion, Saxophone, Bass, Guitar, Drums
WORKSHOP IN GLOBAL MUSIC : TOOLS FOR EDUCATION - Voice, Body Percussion, Saxophone, Bass, Guitar, Drums
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WORKSHOP IN GLOBAL MUSIC : TOOLS FOR EDUCATION - Voice, Body Percussion, Saxophone, Bass, Guitar, Drums

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1 Day, 2 Workshops

Sat, Feb 25, 2023 - GLOBAL MUSIC - Voice, Saxophone, Bass, Guitar, Drums    

10.30 - 11.30 AM | £15

Sat, Feb 25, 2023   - Rhythmic Independence with Prof. Dietrich Woehrlin
12.30 - 1.30 PM | £15

(Both workshops - £25)

WORKSHOP I GLOBAL MUSIC - Voice, Body Percussion, Saxophone, Bass, Guitar, Drums    

Modal String Techniques with Martin Lillich – Bass and Alexey Wagner - Guitar
This workshop will look at finger technique and hand positions based on dividing the modes into their constituent tetrachords. It will also contain exercises to develop control, fluency and flexibility when playing in a specific mode. There will also be exercises to develop control, fluency and flexibility in the pluck hand. Open to all string players.
Applying Modal Harmony to Carnatic Modes – In this interactive workshop members of the band will demonstrate how they approached the different modes used in the Carnatic Comfort Zone repertoire and what solutions they found to develop the compositions using both modal and functional harmony. Participants will also be able to experiment themselves, - Both singers and Instrumentalists are welcome. A workshop suitable for all ages who are interested and curious about learning. 

ARTISTS:
Manickam Yogeswaran - Voice
Professor Dietrich Wöhrlin - Drums, body percussion
William Ramsay - Saxophone
Alexey Wagner - Guitar
Martin Lillich - Bass


WORKSHOP II Rhythmic Independence with Prof. Dietrich Woehrlin
Rhythm can easily be experienced, internalised and re-created using the body. Body percussion is a practical way to learn and maintain rhythmic security. It allows the exploration of different rhythms without the need for instruments or written music.
The body is the instrument. In body percussion we stamp with our feet, drum on the body, recite rhythmic (Sol-kattu) syllables, snap our fingers and sing. Body Percussion can be used for basic and advanced rhythmic training but it also helps you to experience and understand polyrhythms. It is fun to do in a group but you can also practice alone.