A Community Network for Bowes Park and Bounds Green
Time: April 28, 2018 from 3pm to 9pm
Location: Karamel London N22
Street: 4 Coburg Road
City/Town: Wood Green, London
Website or Map: http://karamel.london
Phone: 020 8829 8989
Event Type: drums, workshop, live, music
Event Added By: Alan Drummer
Latest Activity: Apr 24, 2018
with 5 top professional female drummers.
This day will consist of a short interview, a solo performance then the floor will open up for questions.
Everyone is welcome to stay afterwards for drinks and discussions till late.
£25 Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/drum-day-tickets-43163549338
- Students/unemployed £15
- Children £5 (provided accompanied by a full adult payer)
Please contact email@example.com for all concessionary tickets.
This day is especially to encourage the younger players and is early enough to be a family day out, but is open to EVERYBODY!
After seventy years in the music business, starting at age 4 ,from a background of jazz and big bands plus a smattering of rock, pop and Latin - Crissy Lee is well respected and admired by her peers and musical colleagues as one of the UK's most experienced professional musicians.
Crissy is currently running her Big Band and The Crissy Lee Quartet who appear regularly at the Jazz Club that she runs.
At Wood Green School in 1975, Cheryl’s first music teacher was Mr David Shaw. She went on to study music at the College of Arts & Technology in Newcastle upon Tyne where her drumming ability flourished under the tutelage of professional drummer Mr Roger Hempsall. She is active on the London Scene.
Drummer Caroline Scott is from Scotland, where she started playing drums. After moving to London in 2008, she has played and recorded in a wide range of musical environments, from theatre shows and jazz big bands, to orchestral percussion sections. www.carolinescottmusic.com/
Ciara is a pop rock drummer with a guilty pleasure for odd time signatures. After graduating from the ACM, Ciara studied at the LA Music Academy.
On her return to the UK, she played and created the drum part for the 2006 version of Blondel by Tim Rice.
She is currently playing for pop/electronic band The Penelopes.
London based Michèle Drees is an established drummer, Latin percussionist, vocalist, guitarist, composer and Promoter and has been active on the Music scene for more than 30 years.
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