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Brass and Wind with Andrew McNaughton

This workshop will cover the nuts and bolts of brass and wind before expanding your individual sound from a base in jazz theory. You will cover physical techniques including sound production, breathing, embouchure and articulation.
When
13 - 17 JAN 2020
8.30 AM - 4.00 PM
Where
USQ TOOWOOMBA CAMPUS

As your confidence grows you will move to explore cultivating an individual approach to phrasing; soloing and improvisation; developing mind and body connection as well as ear training.

You will also reach beyond the notes and uncover the principals of crafting a successful jazz solo and use both your foundation skills and new techniques to illuminate the dark art of jazz soloing. Unlock the secrets of great horn and wind performance.

About Andrew 

Andrew McNaughton is an Australian based multi-instrumentalist, musical director, composer and songwriter who has performed and recorded as a featured soloist in more than 20 countries.

He is the Musical Director of the Ipswich City Big Band and a sessional staff member at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, where he teaches Jazz Composition and Trumpet.

Andrew’s career highlights include commissions and performances of his work for the Australasian Clarinet and Saxophone Conference (Brisbane); Das Sinfonische Blasorchester des MON; Luz Amoi; Unterbiberger Hofmusik (Germany); El Tanbura (Egypt); Musica Viva Australia as well as the Queensland, Melbourne and Playbox Theatre Companies.