improvisation workshop is intended for all musicians interested in experimental
music. It is partly inspired by the London workshops led for many years by
percussionist Eddie Prevost.
place every Tuesday from 12.00 to 14.30 at Španski Borci Cultural Centre, at
Zaloška 61 in Ljubljana.
workshop is led by Tomaž Grom. For any
questions, please write to email@example.com
"Music creation requires
that rational discovery and experimentation take place during practical
training. It is never enough to just have an idea. Too often we devise concepts
that are "suicide" in practice. The best ideas come from practice.
Therefore the workshop is based on criteria that are regularly checked during
practice. It will be based on various operational suggestions, tips and
incentives that ask the musician to use such materials to create music,
understood to be an unrestricted resource, for sound production. The starting
point guiding the musician is a flowing relationship between the artist and
their source of sound, with the capacity to be much more responsive than one
can imagine. The musician is invited to test and explore without specific
objectives and expectations in finding solutions, answers or getting results.
Paradoxically, "aimless" creations can also lead to the most
interesting solutions or results. And these solutions become part of
self-invention." (Eddie Prevost
a three-day workshop is held as part of the Sound Disobedience festival.
To date it has been
Michael Zerang – 2019
Joode – 2018
Beins, Andrea Neumann – 2017
John Russell –
Murayama – 2015
Kanngiesser, Jennifer Allum, Dimitra Lazaridou Chatzigoga – 2014
Borel, Joel Grip, Antonin Gerbal – 2013
Eddie Prévost – 2012