Jazz Appreciation

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Bi-weekly;  Week One;  Thursday;  2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Two Terms; In-person

The workshop features all aspects of jazz such as various eras, styles, musicians, groups, and instruments.

Each participant is requested to select a jazz related topic and prepare one or two presentations (depending on workshop size) of 50 minutes, the majority of which will be recorded music. Discussion occurs spontaneously during and after each presentation.

This is an enthusiastic. interactive, and fun class. All are welcome from curious beginners to those who have enjoyed all aspects of jazz for many years.

Facilitators

Frank Richmond (richmond2002@sympatico.ca) retired after forty years as a trial lawyer and moved with his wife to Lake of Bays. He spends most of his outdoor time hiking, swimming, sailing, and canoeing. He spends most of his indoor time collecting jazz recordings, listening to jazz (which has been his passion since his early teens) and drinking wine.

Bill Krangle (wbk@thekrangles.com) has been playing the clarinet since he was 8 years old. At Michigan’s famed Interlochen Music Camp, he joined the prestigious High School recording orchestra for several seasons. Later, while a student at Cornell University he led the Concert Band as concertmaster in a special invitational performance at New York’s Lincoln Center.