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The Jewish Sound, with Cookie Segelstein
How do you get the Jewish sound into your instrument? What are the actual techniques to bring this elusive element into your playing? It’s not enough just to play Jewish tunes, you must make it sound evocative and familiar to your listeners. Although this workshop is best suited for string players, all are welcome, as we will explore general techniques of producing this sound.
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The workshop begins at 11am Pacific Time (2pm Eastern Time, 7pm UK, 8pm most of Europe).
KlezCalifornia is presenting workshops this year free of charge as a community service during the COVID-19 pandemic. Donations of $25 (or whatever you can afford) are greatly appreciated to enable us to continue our mission to connect you with Yiddish culture and to assist artists who have lost performance income. We rely on donations from participants to cover the cost of this workshop.