MUSICAL WORKSHOPS

MUSIC FOR DANCING

That’s a common theme for both musical workshop we invite you to. Led by different musicians they will surely give you different experiences to enrich your musical vocabulary.

As we need a minimum of 8 participants, we ask you to register first and if we gather enough participants, we will send you further information on how to make a payment. Please take a while before you register and do so only if you’re sure you will be participating!
Once the groups are confirmed it will be possible to join the workshops also during the festival, without prior registration.

17.02.2018 SATURDAY
13:00-14:45 – workshops with Rémy Tatard

18.02.2018 SUNDAY
12:00-14:30 – workshops with Leana Vapper-Dhoore & Hartwin Dhoore (with about 15 minutes break)

Workshops will be held in English.

The cost of participation:
Workshops with Rémy Tatard – 45 zł
Workshops with Leana Vapper-Dhoore & Hartwin Dhoore – 55 zł
Both workshops – 90 zł

If you have any questions, please contact us at: info@lovembal.pl

REGISTRATION


17.02.2018 SATURDAY Rémy Tatard

Oral transmission workshop of a musical repertoire of balfolk dances. We will work on melodies, rhythm, harmony, phrasing, ornamentation, arrangement. All that to keep the link with dance itself and still offer an interesting musical performance.

Rémy is a multitalented musician, plays chromatic accordion and cittern. Member of groups such as: Boréale, Valding, Iridium and Luna Rosa where he explores different musical  areas.

Be aware that you need to be able to learn new melodies by ear without sheets and that you have a basic level on your own instrument (you know how to play in different keys and play 2 octaves).


18.02.2018 SUNDAY Leana Vapper-Dhoore & Hartwin Dhoore

Leana and Hartwin have been performing together since they know each other in 2011 in Flanders, Belgium. Their different backgrounds have been the base for their repertoire that consists of Estonian songs and instrumental tunes, as well as their own compositions. Leana, born on the island of Saaremaa, Estonia is a singer and plays also bagpipes & flutes. Hartwin born in Flanders, Belgium plays the diatonic accordion.

In this workshop, that is open for every instrument, we will teach some instrumental tunes from our repertoire (depending on which instruments are participating and the level of the participants). This tunes will be dance tunes! We will take a closer look into the importance of rhythm and groove to make music danceable.

Be aware that you need to be able to learn new melodies by ear without sheets and that you have a basic level on your own instrument (you know how to play in different keys and play 2 octaves).