Jazz and Improvisation
Jazz and Improvisation courses
The course was five days a week, with a performance-based/practical subject pretty much every day, which was great. I would practise every day, and would rehearse with both small and large ensembles at least three days a week too. We also had great theory-based classes and so each day would bring a variety of different material to work on and practise, all relevant and related to each other.Alex Czarnecki-RoperBachelor of Music, specialisation in Jazz & Improvisation
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