Workshops focusing on specific jazz instruments with sessions covering improvisation, section playing, tuning, intonation, instrument maintenance and more.
Participants engage with Ohio State Jazz Studies faculty and students as well as fellow high school jazz players.
Shawn Wallace, saxophone Anthony Stanco, trumpet | Jim Masters, trombone Dave Powers, piano | Kevin Turner, guitar | Andy Woodson, bass | Jim Rupp, drums Check-in a.m. Students will leave with the tools needed to function in various styles and be motivated to continue to learn.
Come join the world class jazz faculty at Ohio State for a day focused on helping inspire and teach young rhythm section players how to function in various jazz, Latin, and rock styles. At the end of the day, the award-winning Ohio State Jazz Ensemble will give a short performance.
Our Woodwind and Jazz Woodwind syllabuses offer the choice and flexibility to allow candidates to play to their strengths, enabling them to gain recognition for their own unique skills as performers.
A one year overlap is in place so that candidates may perform repertoire and technical work from the current syllabuses until the end of 2017.
If you do not meet all the relevant requirements, the examiner may refer your exam result to Trinity’s London office for review and marks may be deducted.
Please see the Information and Regulations for more information.
Full details of entry procedures and exam regulations can be found in our Information & Regulations booklet.
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Specifications for aural tests and improvisation tests are changing for all instruments.