The humans are back! Online jam happening Sunday November 8th at 16:00 (CET).
To celebrate four years of meetups, Daniel will be streaming from the Jam With Humans studio while improvising some groovy music.
Sit back and listen to music being created on the spot or actively participate by sending audio clips to be added to the jam. To make sure you don’t miss the stream, follow Daniel over at twitch.tv/danielbynight.
Do you have to communicate ideas in real-time? Then this workshop is for you.
Each workshop is tailored to suit the expected audience. Some will require a music background from the participants, others will not. The exercises are meant to help you create, whether you are a virtuoso musician or you can't whistle to save your life.
Learning methods for improvisation will always improve your relationship with your instrument and help you become more expressive.
Whether you debate or you podcast, as a speaker you need to practice how to expose what goes on in your brain. Using a non-verbal language like music is a great way to practice those skills.
It doesn't matter if you are an improv or a Shakespearean actor, controlling the way you express yourself is a fundamental part of acting.
Working in a team involves having to deal with other humans. Understanding how others communicate and respond to your ideas can be the key to efficiency.
Public workshops are listed on the calendar of the Jam With Humans Meetup group or our Facebook page. Most workshops are rooted in music creativity, are free (pay-what-you-want) and everyone willing to play is welcome to join!
We also often offer workshops on other disciplines of stage performance and/or improvisation featuring guest teachers. Make sure to check out our calendar on Meetup and Facebook!
If you'd like to have a sneak peak on what we do in your workshops, check out the clips from past sessions in our Soundcloud page.
I've created Jam With Humans to teach improvisation to groups without the constraints of charging a regular price per lesson or forcing the students to play within a particular style or with a specific technique. Since then, the project has extended past the regular meetups and into live events in which the most regular participants of the workshops can show what we've been practising.
I direct all the activities of Jam With Humans, but none of it could be possible without the kindness and effort of a team of volunteers who regularly helps to put everything together, and the Earth Works studio, our regular home.
If you want to find out more about me, dive into my personal site
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