Communication within the musical group


Sat Apr 2nd 2016
Cyprus, Windcraft Music Centre, 27 Xanthis Xenierou str

Event Details

A workshop with saxophonist David Lynch Windcraft Loud organises a music workshop with renowned saxophonist David Lynch, on the topic of communicating with each other within a musical group. How does a musical group work effectively together? How do they rehearse, how do they achieve common trust and respect? Do they listen to each other when playing music, when talking about the music, when relating their vision about a composition to be worked on? A group is a relationship as any other. It’s a partnership, an exchange of energy, an interaction of inner expression, of emotion, of ideas, of the subconscious. It involves being present, having our «feelers» be sensitized. Our intention need be that of awareness of those around us and our relationship to them. Every note we play is in direct conjunction to what everyone else is playing. David Lynch has the pleasure to welcome musicians of all styles to take part in a musical exchange. + Participation fee: 15 euro (10 euro for Windcraft Loud members). Saxophonist David Lynch is one of the most prominent musicians of the contemporary music scene of Greece. Born in Los Angeles, California, he studied jazz with James Moody, Charles Lloyd, Ralph Bowen and Garvin Buschell. Since 1982 he lives and works in Greece, where was the founder or co-founder of groups such as Human Touch (with Stavros Lantsias and Yiotis Kiourtsoglou), Iskra, Special Request, Duo Faros (with Giorgos Kaloudis), The Missing Lynch, The Heavy Metal Band, among others. Among the artists he has performed with are Arturo Sandoval, Trilok Gurtu, Arild Anderson, Milcho Leviev, The Temptations, Barry White, Galaxy 2 Galaxy, Joe Higgs, as well as Haig Yazdjian, Eleni Karaindrou, Elli Paspala, Alkinoos Ioannides, Thanos Mikroutsikos, Giorgos Ntalaras, Pavlos Sidiropoulos, Kyriakos Sfetsas and others. As a solo artist, David has released three albums: Lit’l Song, Wandering Home (live recording at the Athens Music Hall) and Mousiki me thea.

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