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DivaNation - Barry Harris-Style Vocalist Workshop

AGravesDivaNation Workshop Series: Barry Harris Style Workshop for Vocalists
Tuesday, May 12, 2015 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

 

Phila. Clef Club of Jazz
738 S. Broad St. - Broad & Fitzwater Sts.

Philadelphia, PA 19146

Aaron Graves Moderator

Workshop Fee: $10.00 / $5.00 for Seniors, Students, and DivaNation Members.

To purchase tickets online, click here.


Do you want to hone your Jazz performance skills?

Jazz Master Aaron Graves
will lead male and female singers into new ways of approaching Jazz, inspired by the workshop style of Barry Harris.

 

Facilitator Bio: Aaron Graves is a Philadelphia-area multi-instrumentalist who was raised in Reidsville, North Carolina. Graves has led a music career since the age of 16 spanning performing, arranging, composing, producing and conducting. He studied at Howard University, University of the District of Columbia and with Jazz Masters, Calvin Jones, Kenny Barron, Barry Harris and Stanley Cowell. The winner of a National Endowment of the Arts Grant with numerous TV production credits spanning decades, Aaron has performed and/or recorded with music greats including Cassandra Wilson, Grover Washington, Jr., Vanessa Rubin, Earl May, The Blackbyrds, Maceo Parker, Pee Wee Ellis, The Boys Choir of Harlem, Donald Byrd, James Moody, Barbara Montgomery, Jimmy Scott, Maysa, John Hendricks, Mr Tony Williams and Al Jarreau.



For more info: Contact DivaNationPhilly@gmail.com, or go to their Facebook Group, or call 617 792 6376.

 

Philadelphia Jazz Project is a sponsored project of the Painted Bride Art Center, with funding provided by The Wyncote Foundation.

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