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They play a passage/lick/exercise wrong and/or sloppy a few times, and when they play it right once or […]This guest post is from saxophone and multi-reed player, composer, recording artist, and educator Sam Sadigursky of Sam One of the best ways of building your ears and learning the jazz vocabulary is to transcribe solos by the masters.It’s one of the few things that, in some form or another, just about every jazz player has […]This article is the second of a two-part series on ear training brought to you by Scott Edwards of Ear Training HQ. A big part of ear training involves working on dedicated ear training exercises.Just why news that Sanborn will headline the third edition of the Safaricom International Jazz Festival on Saturday, February 26, at the Kasarani Training Grounds, Nairobi, is generating excitement among Kenya’s jazz aficionados.In addition, the 71 year old saxophonist will share the stage with five other foreigners among them The Hazelnuts Trio from Jerusalem, Israel, the Ray Lema Quartet from Paris, France, South Africa’s Bokani Dyer, clarinetist Arun Ghosh from Britain, and Taxi Wars, a jazz fusion group based in Brussels, Belgium.Daily practice by the student is essential for progress.Please indicate your name and phone number on the deposit voucher Banker’s cheques in favor of KENYA CONSERVATOIRE OF MUSIC are accepted.Every year, training is offered to an average of 400 students.
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Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore said “David Sanborn is a prolific musician and performer with wide appeal, and he will be joined on stage by an equally talented line-up drawn from the UK, Europe, Middle East and Africa at the event, whose theme is: Music That Moves.” Sanborn came to wide attention through his tenure with the Gil Evans Orchestra, where his soaring and blues-wailing improvisations, like the one featured on the track Short Visit, from Evans Priestess album attests; a very memorable performance to date.
Each student is assigned to a tutor for each individual tuition session, at the same time every week.
In addition, the Conservatoire is the Kenyan representative for the Practical Examinations of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM).