EDUCATION & OUTREACH PROGRAMS at the 2013 TD International Jazz Festival
FREE PUBLIC WORKSHOPS
Led by International Visiting Artists
A staple of the Jazz Festival for many years, the workshops at Tom Lee Music Hall and the Roundhouse Community Centre showcase a diverse range of styles and perspectives. No matter if you are a newcomer to the genre or a seasoned Jazz aficionado, a novice music student or a professional player- all will benefit from the knowledge shared in these sessions, led by some of the best artists in the world.
Tom Lee Music Hall -- June 24–29 at 1:00 pm
Monday June 24 Seamus Blake, Phil Dwyer, Alan Jones Trio (USA/Canada)
Tuesday June 25 Ingrid Jensen, Jon Ballantyne, Tom Wakeling Trio (USA)
Thursday June 27 Julian Arguelles, Sax (UK/Germany)
Friday June 28 Ayelet Rose Gottlieb, Anat Fort Voice & Piano (Israel/USA)
Saturday June 29 TD High School Jazz Intensive Open Rehearsal
Roundhouse Community Centre
(Free Workshops at the Studio)
Saturday June 29 Sunday June 30
Tommy Babin 1:30pm Peter Van Huffel 1:30 pm
Mary Halvorson 3:00 pm Jason Adasiewicz 2:30 pm
Tomas Fujiwara 4:30 pm Mike Reed 4:30 pm
New for 2013:
AFTERNOON PIANO SERIES AT THE IRONWORKS STUDIOS
The aim of this exciting new series is to connect jazz luminaries from this region to a large and inclusive audience, which includes emerging jazz artists, and music students.
These interactive concerts will focus on duo and trio performances and will include a lecture/demonstration element facilitated by four of the most inspiring pianists in BC, including Paul Plimley, Jillian Lebeck, Chris Gestrin and Cat Toren. The groups selected represent a broad range of approaches to piano performance.
Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to discover the inner workings of:
Tue Jun 25 -- Heart Song Art Song: Kate Hammett- Vaughan and Jillian Lebeck
Wed Jun 26 -- Cat Toren Trio
Thu Jun 27 -- Crowman
Fri Jun 28 -- Paul Plimley/Tommy Babin Duo
All shows @ The Ironworks Studio 5:00 PM. FREE
Music BC's Career Development Series and Coastal Jazz present:
THE BUSINESS & MARKETING OF JAZZ IN AN ONLINE WORLD
Bob D'Eith, Executive Director of Music BC, entertainment lawyer, recording artist and author will speak about sustaining a career in the music business and how to bridge the gap between art and commerce.
Brian Thompson, the guy behind music marketing site Thorny Bleeder and The DIY Daily newsletter and podcast, will speak to the importance of how an artist approaches their online marketing and social media presence, and what the jazz community can to do best reach their demographic and grow their audience.
Thursday, June 27 -- 5:00-7:30pm. FREE
Music BC - #100-938 Howe St Vancouver, BC
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