Jazz Exchange September 2012
15th August 2012
Location: Lyth Arts Centre
Length: 2 days
Jazz - Jazz Exchange September 2012
Saturday 15th Sept. 1pm - 10pm
Sunday 16th Sept. 10am - 2pm
Lyth's Jazz Exchange programme continues with a two day intensive workshop led by Scotland's number one jazz performer, Tommy Smith. The workshop is principally for members of the Caithness Big Band, however, if space allows, other interested musicians may take part (please contact us ). The band will rehearse under Tommy's guidance in preparation for the performance on Saturday night. The following morning the band will reconvene for a feedback session and hopefully more playing!
Below is a provisional timetable for the two days of workshops.
Contact Lyth Arts if you are interested.
Session 1: 2.00 - 3.15pm
Session 2: 3.45 - 5pm
Session 3: 8pm
concert set 1, CBB , 8 - 8.40pm
concert set 2, TSYJO 9 - 10pm
Session 4: 10am -12pm
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