Balkan music: the time has come…
The potential for the further development of current balkan music is being realised on stages, at parties and in clubs all over the globe. Musicians of any age and origin are infected by this sound.
! Students and not yet employed people receive a 15% discount on the course price (on the course price only)
Course contentThe special thing about this course is the close supervision in a personal frame. We will give participants ideas and proposals from the rich repertoire of balkan music to take home with them so that their arrangements will really start grooving.
We will play by scores, by ear and by cord patterns. At the core of our activity will be a joyful `learning by doing`. Everyone - whether with much or little music experience - will profit!
Target groupThis workshop is for musicians of any genre who want to learn, further develop and experience the soul of gypsy, balkan and klezmer music.
RequirementsIt is advisable to have a good capacity to play an instrument. But you do not need to have any previous knowledge of world music.
is a violinist that is in high demand and has a charismatic stage presence. She studied music science and classic violin and has played concerts all over the world. Her interest in eastern European music has led her to world music. Since 1984 she has been teaching world music courses and seminars in an inspiring way, she has been developing these seminars together with other musicians in Switzerland. She teaches internationally in the klezmer- and balkan scene. A concert, a workshop or a master class with Monique is always an unforgettable experience.
growing up in New York, he used to hear the Yiddish singing of his grand parents and the dance music from eastern Europe at family celebrations. His way of playing the guitar reflects these early influences as well as the folk, rock, funk and blues traditions of his American home. After more than 40 years of experience as a performer and a musician in the field of blues, rock, folk, classic and world music he is continuously willing to be surprised by himself and his fellow musicians.
gifted Roma clarinetist and multi-instrumentalist. Nehrun comes from a musical family in Turkish-speaking Macedonia. Already as a child he accompanied his father Marem Aliev musically at weddings. When he was four years old Nehrun began playing the darabuka and soon other instruments followed: piano, clarinet, keyboard, accordion, tapan (traditional drum) and kaval (traditional flute). Together with his father he is the founder of Aliev Bleh Orkestar. He had over 1000 performances with his band SsaSsa.
CHF 680 (excl. accommodation, meals and tourist tax)
CHF 610 (excl. accommodation, meals and tourist tax). The early bird price is only applicable for a down payment of 20% 14 days after registration and payment of the remaining costs up to 60 days before the seminar begins. Please note sections 8, 20 and 21 of the terms and conditions.
|Prices per person for full board and lodging for 3 nights||CHF|
|Single occupancy of 2-bed-room clay or wood100 with shower/toilet||678.00|
|2-bed-room clay or wood100 with shower/toilet||528.00|
|Single occupancy of 2-bed-room with shower/toilet||528.00|
|1-bed-room with shower/toilet||498.00|
|Single occupancy of 2-bed-room, shower/toilet on floor||468.00|
|2-bed-room with shower/toilet||423.00|
|2-bed-room, shower/toilet on floor||393.00|
|3-bed-room with shower/toilet||408.00|
|3-bed-room, shower/toilet on floor||348.00|
|4-bed-room, shower/toilet on floor||318.00|