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Clarinet workshop with Samuel Thézé from 23 to 29 July 2023, Urbino (Italy).
Intermediate and advanced levels
Samuel Thézé‘s clarinet workshop allows musicians to refine their instrumental technique, develop their musicality and discover new artistic approaches.
The workshop will focus on several critical aspects of clarinet study. Through arrangements for clarinet ensembles, participants will have the opportunity to work in-depth on breathing, posture and playing techniques that are essential for playing the clarinet with precision and control.
The workshop will also allow musicians to explore new compositions and work on existing pieces to improve their musical interpretation. In addition, participants will be introduced to improvisation and learn how to improvise for dance.
Finally, the course will offer the opportunity to meet other passionate musicians and share their experiences and knowledge. In addition, participants will be able to exchange ideas and techniques with other musicians, benefiting from Samuel’s expert advice.
Arrival: Sunday from 17:00 onwards
Departure: Saturday by 11:00 am
Participants: Adults from 7 to 10 trainees
Accommodation: rooms for 3 and 4 people, on site or at nearby establishments
Food: fresh and possibly local produce
How to get here
670 Euro Full rate (including board and lodging)
600 Euro Student and unemployed rate (including board and lodging)
The course enrolment includes an advance payment of Euro 200, which will be refunded in full if cancelled within 30 days of the start of the course. In case of cancellation after this date we are obliged to withhold it.
To register, please write to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Samuel Thézé currently performs with Les Fils Canouche (Jazz World Sextet), EZPZ (Electo-Hip-Hop), Duo Perrin-Thézé (Jazz), La compagnie Robin-Juteau (creation of musical and dance poems for young audiences), Le collectif in vitro (Immersive Theatre), Le duo Thézé (Neo-Trad), le duo Abbas Thézé (Neo-Trad).
More information about Samuel Thézé: www.samueltheze.com