Sat, 14 Aug | Artistique residency center

Klezmer music workshop

With Frank London (Brass instruments ), Mitia Khramtsov (Violin), Amit Weisberger (Violin),Ilia Gindin (Clarinet), Pierre-Alexis Lavergne (Dance), Mihai Tristian (Cimbalom), Laurent Clouet (Clarinet), Jérôme Block (Accordion). Répertoire From early 20th-century Intermediate/advanced
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Klezmer music workshop

Heure et lieu

14 Aug, 14:00 – 19 Aug, 16:00
Artistique residency center , Le Tapis Vert, 61320 Lalacelle, France

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WORKSHOPS BY INSTRUMENT GROUPS

 

BOWS - CLARINETS - BRASS - HARMONIC INSTRUMENTS - FLUTS - CYMBALUM

WORKSHOPS BY LEVEL Beginners / Intermediate - Intermediate / Advanced

THEME WORKSHOPS, ORCHESTRAS Constitution of orchestras by level or by theme

DIRECTORY Traditional pieces from the archives of the early 20th century are taught in oral tradition. The

selected themes come from original and little known repertoires. The choice of directory corresponds

rather in the pre-American klezmer style, a style generally rich in phrasing, ornaments and variations.

During the thematic workshops, there will be work on orchestration, the role of instruments, arrangement and

"non-arrangement", group energy ... Questions about the context of a klezmer ball and the

communication with the "tanz maïster" and the dancers will be discussed.

Several moments are devoted to listening to sources, analyzing the archives in order to appropriate them.

and interpret them.

VOCATIONAL WORKSHOP OPEN TO PROFESSIONAL SINGERS and AMATEURS

We will focus our learning on the wide range of Yiddish repertoire: Jewish songs

traditional Eastern European dishes with the air of "Yiddish Broadway" in America.

Through the practice of these very diverse songs we will become familiar with the originality of Yiddish song,

its history, its style, its ornaments. In order to understand, beyond the differences of each song, the

common quality that characterizes them.

This repertoire rich in emotion will allow us to explore the expressiveness of our voice and discover the

nuances and subtleties of it.

DANCE The "repertoire" of klezmer dance will be approached by learning the "basic steps" of the dances

collective: hora, bulgar, sirba, honga, khosidl, freylekh, sher, kolomeïka, terkisher, patch-tanz.

Emphasis will be placed on the study of the style and vocabulary danced by addressing the multiple variations,

gestures, joints and other expressions.

Trainees can learn to lead a klezmer ball, to communicate with the orchestra, they can

thus experimenting with practices useful for leading the public, the dancers.