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Beginning Jazz Improvisation

  • 07/09/2020
  • 7:00 PM
  • https://www.facebook.com/umfaflutes/live

Flutist and jazz educator Michael Abresch leads a workshop for flutists who want to start their journey into playing jazz. Many people are interested in learning how to improvise jazz, but are afraid that it will be a struggle. The jazzimprov101 method shows that beginning jazz can be simple. It can be used by tenured orchestra members as well as absolute beginners. The results can be seen on the website on the demo videos:

  • https://jazzimprov101.org/demo-videos/moten-stones/ 
  • https://jazzimprov101.org/demo-videos/saint-james-infirmary/
  • https://jazzimprov101.org/demo-videos/blue-stones-grace/

This workshop has been successfully presented in a group format at Jazz Central in Minneapolis. Viewers can take part virtually at:

https://www.facebook.com/umfaflutes/live

Michael Abresch is the creator of the website jazzimprov101.org, a uniquely effective beginning jazz improvisation method. A three-time National Flute Association competition winner, he studied flute at the U of M with David Eagle. Michael teaches at a private studio in Blaine MN.

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