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His father is a guitarist; he taught music at PCC years ago, and there was always music playing in their house. My suggestion is to be flexible, open, and not too narrow when you define yourself.
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Grammy nominated CalArts music professor Larry Koonse started and ended his two-day visit at PCC with a full house jazz concert at the Westerbeck Recital Hall, but what happened in between, the intimate interaction between the notorious musician and PCC jazz students, is what left its mark on campus. By the time the jazz guitarist performed again the night after with Chuck Manning on the tenor sax, Darek Oles on bass and Jason Harnell on drums, he had already given two classes teaching rhythmic and improvising techniques.
Koonse is a renown educator and had a few tips for jazz students. Notify me of new comments via email.
Improving improv with jazz guitarist Larry Koonse – Marta Valier
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Koonse made it clear that for a musician having a strong inner connection with his or her instrument is the equivalent of having a life jacket for someone lost at sea.
You are commenting using your Facebook account. Four PCC jazz bands had performed for him and received his feedback as well.
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Email required Address never made laarry. Koonse seems a natural at what he does. He encouraged student musicians to get into the habit of singing out loud whatever tune they felt a deep connection with to stay true to their internal rhythm, but also instructed them not to define themselves too narrowly. Girard was a musician involved in the piano department at PCC and her son, Christopher Daniels, endowed the series in memory of her dedication to her students.