Presented by KlezCalifornia

Klezmer Workshop

Date

Sun Oct 27 2019

Time

12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Location

Palo Alto

Location 2

Santa Clara County

Teacher: Rob Reich

TELLING A STORY: BRINGING KLEZMER TO LIFE THROUGH CREATIVE ARRANGEMENT: Every klezmer melody has its own particular character, and it’s our job as musicians to bring these characters to life with our instruments. We can do this on the small scale, through our expressive playing. But the larger “story” of the tune comes to life through our arrangement and structure of a tune. In this class, we will examine various methods for arranging and orchestrating a klezmer tune, discovering how a creative arrangement can help tell the tune’s story.

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Multi-instrumentalist and composer Rob Reich has been performing and teaching in the Bay Area for nearly two decades. Reich started on piano at age three. He graduated with a degree in Music Composition from Oberlin Conservatory of Music and subsequently moved to the Bay Area, where he discovered the accordion, now his primary instrument. Reich has played in many Bay Area klezmer groups, as well as deep forays into traditional jazz and circus music. He has taught workshops at Django in June, Accordion Apocalypse, and the Brooklyn Accordion Club.

Klezmer workshops in 2019 are made possible by a grant from the Alliance for California Traditional Arts, in partnership with the Walter and Elise Haas Fund, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and Surdna Foundation.


Organizer

KlezCalifornia
Phone
415-789-7679
Email
workshops@klezcalifornia.org