Workshops & Concerts: all about improvisation

at 1313 Hollis Street, Halifax

Led by Creative Director Jerry Granelli and 1313 Music Association’s President Tim Crofts, the goal is to provide space and opportunity for a vital and sustainable musical and artistic community in Nova Scotia, to promote the importance of openness in all aspects of the creative process and to promote musical education that is rooted in the fundamental elements thereof.

In the past few years, the 1313 Music Association has presented the Creative Music Lab, the Creative Music Ensemble, the Facing the Future Concert Series, the Jazz Repertoire Class, Sound+Motion: The Creative Process and most recently the Heart of Improvisation Concert and Workshop Series.

Upcoming Workshops

16 June 2019

CMW Open House – Sunday 16th June 2019 

Jerry Granelli is hosting a special event for anyone interested in the Creative Music Workshop:

– Open to anyone at all. No experience necessary! Prospective and past students of the Creative Music Workshop will come together for one last in-year workshop before the 2019 summer program. If you are curious what the CMW is all about come out and see. If you are already part of the CMW community then come say hi and put in some work.

For more info check the facebook event.

Sunday the 16th of June
1-3pm @ Danspace (1531 Grafton Street, 3rd floor)
$10/pay what you can

email Ross @ rllburns@gmail.com for more info

2015 CMW Faculty Concert @ 1313 in Halifax featuring Michael Blake (sax), Jerry Granelli (drums), J. Granelli (bass)

Excerpts from CMW 2018:

Peggy Lee’s CMW String Ensemble featuring Phineas Lambert Stewart (violin), Kelvin Mansaray (violin), Joesie Palmer (violin) and Peggy Lee (cello).

Grass North Rocksteady @ 1313 featuring J. Granelli (bass), Michael Blake (saxophone), Ross Burns (guitar), Andrew Jackson (trombone), Matt Myer (keys), Paul Keddy (drums)

Jerry Granelli’s Dance Hall featuring Robben Ford (guitar) as well as Michael Blake (sax), J. Granelli (bass), Christian Kögel (guitar), as well as Paul St-Amand (trumpet), Chris Mitchell and James Shaw (saxophones).

 

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