About This Event:
Part one was hearing surprise, part two was hearing style, part three is learning to hear improvised solos on a deeper level. We generally acknowledge the importance of the improvised solo, but to learn how to hear improvisation on a deeper level, it helps to think of it as a language. Learn how to develop literacy as a listener to benefit more from inspirational solo artistry.
This course is hosted by Jazz at Lincoln Center and marks their return to in-person "Swing University" programming.
Thursday, 7 April 2022
Irene Diamond Education Center (IDEC) on 5th floor, Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall at 60th & Broadway
Evan Christopher, instructor
Seton Hawkins, moderator
Single Class - Only $10
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