For guitar lovers!
Welcome to an open lesson in guitar improvisation!
Lecturer: Ludmil Krumov
Date: July 12, 2011
Location: at Business Center Svishtov's training room
- second floor of Chtalishte, entrance from the main street
Start: 2 p.m.
Open for visitors!
The workshop includes tools for improvisation (scales, arpeggios, etc.) and ways of playing them on the fingerboard of the guitar (bass); techniques for using means for improvisation - phrasing, development patterns etc.; questions and answers.
Everyone will have the opportunity and pleasure to play and improvise with the teacher. In that case you should carry a musical instrument.
Ludmil Krumov began playing piano at the age of six in Svishtov (Bulgaria) where he was born and raised. He grew up in a musician’s family – his father was a saxophonist / trumpeter and provided his son with a music environment from the very beginning of his life.
In 2001 he was accepted to Berklee College of Music (Boston, MA) winning the B.E.S.T. award for original composition. In 2007 he graduated from the Prince Claus Conservatorium (Groningen) the Netherlands. In 2009 Ludmil obtained a Master of music degree from CODARTS Rotterdam.
He lives and works in the Netherlands for the past 7 years. His music is a tasteful organic mixture of Bulgarian folk music elements such as the odd time signature rhythms and ornamented melodies, put together with the harmonic concept, form, and improvisational approach from contemporary jazz.
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