Young people and adults from the age of fourteen are invited to join us at the premiere of the workshop entitled Creating Music with the Sounds of the Environment performed by musician and versatile artist Jake Berger.
When creating music, the prevailing belief is that it requires a lot of technical equipment and resources, which is not necessarily the case – we can also create music in other very creative ways. With the widespread use of smartphones, users have quickly learned to express themselves through photography, and in a similar way, it is now possible to create music today. The aim of the workshop is to show young people how to create their own (pop) song with minimal resources and accessible technology, while we will try to encourage young people to create and innovate in their own way, without huge amounts of money for technical equipment, studios and other conventional elements. .
The number of participants is limited, so prior registration is required at email@example.com.
Jaka Berger is one of the most active, most creative and diverse drummers, percussionists, composers and improvisers of the Slovenian music landscape in the last fifteen years. In recent years, he has conducted percussion and music improvisation workshops and regularly instructs percussion. He regularly complements his knowledge and experience with various musicians and improvisers from all over the world and expands the concept of workshops into a broad collective creation based on improvisation and communication. In this way, he places music in our everyday lives and through it teaches and encourages relationships based on listening, responding, coexisting and collaborating.
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