*Please note: this event is not a public performance.
This workshop is an opportunity for musicians who want to develop their skills in free improvisation, practice improvisation in a new setting, connect with other local improvisers, or extend out of their comfort zone. With any luck, it may even be a catalyst for new groups and collaborations to form.
All experience levels and backgrounds are welcome. The only requirement is an interest in improvisation.
This workshop will be led by Jason Belcher
Video excerpt from Workshop #1, January 2017:
(Courtesy Jesse Soracco and Joshua Rievel)
Bring your instrument and any amplification you may need. We'll do (at least) two rounds of improvising in ad hoc groups. We will provide a couple of prompts: concepts to consider and interpret as we're improvising.
Rough schedule for the workshop:
7:30 Setup & soundcheck
8:30 Round 1
9:30 Round 2
10:30 Workshop ends, cleanup
Suggested donation of $5/person goes toward renting the space.
Crucible Sound exists to promote openness, freedom, actively listening to each other, reflecting on our commonalities and differences, connecting deeply, and creating things together which are unexpected and beautiful. It's made up of the collective creativity and good faith of all its participants, musicians and listeners alike. Crucible Sound stands against bigotry, misogyny, xenophobia, and violence, now and forever.