Bob Mover Jazz Master Classes
 

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classes this Month:
November 5,  12, 19, 26*
(No Class Thanksgiving weekend)

December 3, 10, 17, 31
@ 2pm EST

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(*That's 11am PT, 11am MT, 1pm CT & 8pm in most of Europe)

Conveniently pay with your card here:
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“One of the greatest and most overlooked musicians in the history of Jazz.” - Hank Jones

“People are always amazed when they hear him play.” - Chet Baker

“Bob Mover is a master musician who has the experience, ability, and teaching skills to convey what is essential for the improvising musician.” - Michael Brecker


Bob Mover’s teaching method is a transformative experience. It brings the student to a new level of awareness and involvement  in the music. Bob’s inspiring and unique teaching style provides you with the means to express yourself knowledgeably and in the moment as a confident jazz improvisor. For over fifty years Bob has been a noted jazz performer and educator, giving performances, lessons and master classes worldwide, appearing as both a bandleader and in the heralded ensembles of Charles Mingus, Chet Baker, and most recently, Esperanza Spaulding, among many others.

Weekly 2 hr. classes starting April 16th, 2022

$12 a class

Sign up at www.lowermanhattanmusicstudio.com/

  • Play and learn in a series of performance clinics focusing on Jazz Improvisation

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  • ALL INSTRUMENTS

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  • Intermediate, advanced, and professional level students

  • Learn to improvise by understanding the elements that make up creative jazz improvisation.

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  • Learn (not just memorize) jazz repertoire.

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  • Explore functional harmony, voice-leading, chord substitution, and spontaneous re-harmonization.

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  • Develop ideas using motifs and sequences.

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  • Understand rhythms and the nature of “swing.”