Workshop - Basic Improvisation for the Young Musician
Time & Location
About the Event
Venue: Elizabeth Frances Sey Hall at the University Of Ghana Legon-Accra
Speakers: Presenters include saxophonist Bernard Ayisa – a P. Mauriat artist, pianist Victor Dey Jr. who has been featured on CNN and drum set player Frank Kissi, who was Ghana’s 2014 Instrumentalist of the Year.
This event will introduce participants to improvisation in the music business, bass, piano, saxophone, and jazz style.
Improvising trains your ear to hear and identify whether you’re producing the sounds you intended, or not. As students get better at this, it can also help them compose their own pieces in the future.
Improvising teaches you to plan and to think ahead and allows for self-expression.
Improvisation interrupts the cycle of reproducing; helping students express their emotions, hone their talents, and develop the unique areas of the brain associated with problem-solving. In the improvised scenarios, brain areas associated with self-expression, making up stories, and recounting memories are more active.
Improvising fosters creativity and creative thinking. It is fun, motivating and it reinforces listening.
It is all about composing on the spot. It’s completely up to the student where to take the music next, giving them a sense of control over the outside world, an outlet to create something positive out of a bad experience. This can actually boost ones physical and mental health.
How will music improvisation workshop help me?
Some of the benefits of improvisation in music include:
• It gives you a sense of control over the outside world.
• It provides an outlet to create something positive out of a bad experience.
• It promotes abstract thinking, to come up with new (and sometimes better) solutions.
• It helps you resolve conflicts.
• It gives you a place to express emotions, to learn more about yourself, and to effectively work through your thoughts.
• It provides a greater sense of well-being.
• It helps you better understand empathy, which can help you build better relationships.
All of these benefits translate to your everyday life and contributes to wellbeing in becoming a better person to society and country.
Wednesday - Basic improvisation for the young musician
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