Sat, Mar 5 2022 | 11:00 AM
Miner Auditorium & Joe Henderson Lab
FREE WORKSHOP FOR FEMALE MUSICIANS & SOUND ENGINEERS!
Join celebrated women faculty in this very special session for female jazz instrumentalists, vocalists, and budding sound engineers, ages 13-18. In addition to ensemble techniques and musicianship, the focus of this program will highlight the intricate work that goes into engineering a live sound mix. Respected faculty from San Francisco-based Women’s Audio Mission and Bay Area performing/teaching artists join together in sharing the techniques of presenting a live jazz performance. This special workshop will take place in the SFJAZZ Center’s stunning Miner Auditorium, one of the world’s best venues for live music, and will cover some of the basics of live performance and audio mixing techniques. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to learn from leading professional engineers and performing artists!
Ideal for intermediate to advanced level musicians; ability to read music is a plus; no live sound mixing experience is necessary.
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Heidi Trefethen audio engineer
Kate Williams trumpet
Kristen Strom sax
Mary Ann Zahorsky audio engineer
Rebeca Mauleón piano
Ruth Davies bass
Ruthie Price drums
Tiffany Austin voice
Plus: supporting instructors from WAM’s Girls On the Mic program!
SPONSORED IN PART BY
Leslie Ann Jones
History of JazzGirlsDay (Berkeleyside)