Which Kind of Musician Are You?
Improviser - Composer - Arranger - Interpreter
The Music Everybody! Seminars
Every person possesses a natural way of relating to music that can be called his or her musicality. The Music Everybody! Seminars are weekend workshops that provide an experience in which participants explore and define their own musicality.
The seminars trace four paths of making music-- improvising, composing, arranging, and interpreting -- and the techniques for achieving musical expression with each one. After taking a workshop, participants emerge with the knowledge of how to fulfill their inherent musical abilities.
There are no prerequisites. The seminars are offered at two levels: the Beginner Level for newcomers who want to develop their interest in music, and the Experienced Level for accomplished musicians who want to broaden their range of abilities. Music Everybody! seminars are especially suitable for anyone who has been told that they are not musical or who gave up on music lessons.
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World Class Instruction
Jeffrey Chappell is a gifted, innovative teacher who is renowned for his ability to connect with every student. His instruction works simultaneously with all instruments, all skill levels, and all styles of music. He is a classical concert pianist, a jazz musician, a recording artist, a composer, an improviser for silent films, and an author of articles for music magazines. He is on the faculties of Goucher College and the Levine School of Music. He studied at Curtis Institute, Peabody Conservatory, and the BMI Musical Theater Workshop.