Music Theory Made Easy Taught by Film Composer Nathan Fleet 1pm - 3pm Adv. $35 - Door $45 Remember your teacher telling you to practice your scales and that Every Good Boy... meant something. Note names, scales, keys, chords were all taught over months and months and sometimes you still didn’t get it. You will after this 2 hour class. Privately Nathan is a $40 per hour instructor. In this short class, you will walk away with months worth of study using easy to understand methods that you can apply any way you want. “Tools, not rules.” Note naming, scales, key signatures, chords and some notation will be covered. Questions welcomed...and there are no bad questions. Online, his lessons have brought in almost half a million views. Musicians at all levels and ages have benefitted from Nathan’s instructions. All you have to come with, is a desire to learn some basic elements of theory. You will also have the option to participate in demonstrating how fast you can learn when you have the right tools. Bring a pencil, eraser and notepad. No pens please. You may bring a small piano keyboard or guitar with you as it may speed up the learning process. There will be a keyboard and guitar on hand for demonstration purpose. Take-home booklet and staff paper will be provided. Class will start promptly at 1pm
FOR GEORGE 2012 Celebrating the life and music of George Harrison featuring some of Hamilton's finest musicians.
The yearly extravaganza celebrating the music of John Lennon from HMA award winning Christopher Clause and friends!! CHECK OUT THE UPDATED GUEST LIST BELOW!!! The show will feature the finest in Hamilton talent and will be performed in one of the grandest concert halls in the city. The musicians performing at this year's event will be: cc Kori Pop Bob Bryden Sonny del Rio Nathan Fleet Yitka Karlik Princess AaLia Anne-Marie Pavlov Fred D Smith with a backing band consisting of Christopher Clause Chris Jamieson Michael Scott AND MANY MORE! All of the proceeds raised from this show will go towards FERMATA, a benevolent fund started by James Street Baptist Church to help Hamilton musicians and artists in need. Door: $10 cover (other donations welcome) The event is wheelchair accessible - parking available at City Hall (down McNab Street
Bio: Talk to the Machine. Coming soon. I've been saying that for years. Started out as a musician, playing guitar in high school. Then I went on to study Jazz at Mohawk College in Hamilton. When I graduated I wanted to work in film so I started making my own films and scoring them. Fast forward 15 yea...See Full Bio
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