【Workshop】 Latin and Brazilian rhythms for guitar and bass by Orlando Bonzi

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 Latin and Brazilian rhythms for guitar and bass by Orlando Bonzi

A Latin & Brazilian jazz approach to guitar and bass. Students will learn about the groove, chord progression shapes, and improvising in a Latin/Brazilian-styled like Bossa Nova, Latin Funk, etc, Let’s have fun! 

Date: 9th
Sep,Italian-Paraguayan guitarist Orlando Bonzi is considered to be one of the best virtuoso guitarists in Spain. His versatile musical
Musician's Biography:

 (deadline: 7 Sep,2018)goo.gl/1t8RbZAPPLY NOW: 
Address: 10/F, Tack Building, 50 Gilman Street, Central, HK
Venue: Flower Music 10
Medium: English
Fees: : $300 / Early Bird HK$250 (payment deadline 3/9)
Time: 5-7 p.m.
2018 (Sun)
stylesincludes Jazz, rock, funk, Latin, Brazilian, Fusion, pop, blues, folklore, world music, and R&B. His international background has influenced his music and led him to perform in many cities/countries: Paraguay, Brazil, New York, Argentina, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, China, Japan, Norway, and Spain. Brazil is the place that nurtured his musical growth, nearly ten years of studying and working, he has played with top Brazilian musicians namely Filó Marchado, Marcelo Mariano, Raul de Souza, and important singer-songwriter Guilherme Rondon. As a producerHe described his new Jazz project “Jazz del Sur”, (Jazz from the south), a mixture of modern Jazz and folklore music from South America and South Europe, and he has played

Since 2014, he and his violinist wife have relocated to Spain, to further develop their inspiration of music and career. Their group name Symbiosis Strings, means different kinds of string instruments combine perfectly to produce a nice and special sound.

he has produced many artists in Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina. In 2013 he recorded album “Recurso Natural” in São Paulo, Brazil, aims at spreading the message about preserving our precious nature.
withworld famous European musicians from US, Spain and France, such as Jeff Ballard, Gary Willis, Gergo Borlai, Perico Sambeat, Stephane Adsuar and Damien Varaillon

Payment Method
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A) By Bank Transfer
Please transfer the payment to Hang Seng Bank account: 385-804893-883 (Account name: Flower Music Co.Ltd) Then send us a copy of the bank transfer slip by email to info@flowermusic.hk 

C) PayPal Link (inside application form)

It is important to note that your acceptance for application will not be confirmed until you successfully pay your course fee. If you do not settle the payment by the deadline for your course, your admission will be rescinded.

This is a private event for Flower Music 10 members only. If you are not a member yet, please fill out a membership application form to become a member. You may submit your application or fill out the application form at our reception counter before the workshop.