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Full Schedule of interactive music workshops and performances announced for next week's visiting musical guests WeBe3
Contributed by Jenny Stockdale on 02/23/2013
The School of Music today announced the full line-up of events for next week's performances and presentations by WeBe3--the vocal trio widely known as Bobby McFerrin's "voicestra."
Offering a variety of free, public workshops, presentations for students, and performances for all, WeBe3 will be on campus Monday, Feb. 25 through Wednesday, Feb. 27, bringing with them a brand of unparalleled vocal and rhythmic improvisation known the world over.
WeBe3 Programming Includes:
Monday, February 25
Rhiannon is a performer, master teacher, composer and recording artist with five albums on her own RhiannonMusic label. She continues to perform and teach internationally, has a year long intensive “ALL THE WAY IN” bringing singers to her unique approach to vocal improvisation and is releasing her book on improvisation in spring of 2013, VOCAL RIVER. | www.rhiannonmusic.com
Joey Blake is a gifted performer, recording artist, producer and recording engineer. He teaches vocal improvisation and ensemble development at Berklee College of Music in Boston where he also produces emerging artists nationally. | joeyblake.com/
David Worm performs and records with his band Glass House as well as with SoVoSo', Left Hook and The Miribai Ensemble. He also composes for Bay Area dance companies, including Robert Moses' Kin, Stanford Lively Arts, Project Bandaloop and Axis Dance as well as scoring for film. | glasshousemusic.org
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