Reggae Music Workshop

Arguably the most widely appreciated style of music on the planet spawned from a tiny island with a population half the size of Sydney! Reggae spreads a message of peace, love and unity while grooving to an irresistible and unique back-beat.

Over 3 days we'll look at the history, the people, the message and of course the music behind the reggae movement. Participants will learn new techniques on their instruments, some music theory specific to reggae and play lots of Reggae Music.

The main focus of our camps is to break off into small bands coached by members of our amazing Evergreen teaching team. These bands all learn different songs to perform at a 'gig' for family and friends on last day of camp. Expect to learn new tunes, fall in love with reggae music and make lots of new friends!

WHAT YOU'LL PLAY

Reggae pioneers like Jimmy Cliff, Millie Small, Jackie Mitto and of course the great Bob Marley. You can also expect music from some more modern Reggae artists such as Katchafire, Fat Freddy's Drop and Matisyahu..

FOOD

Morning tea and lunch are provided by Evergreen, but be sure to fill in the ‘Dietary Requirements’ on the booking form. (If you’re a fussy eater it might be best to bring some of your own food).

WHERE

Evergreen Music Studios

Unit 11A, Winbourne Industrial Estate, Brookvale

WHEN

We will be running 2 separate camps over these holidays:

* Tuesday 12th - Thursday 14th January 2021

* Tuesday 19th - Thursday 21st January 2021

9am - 3pm each day (with a 6.30pm evening performance on the Thursday night -pending covid guidelines)

COST

Rates for 3 day program

* 1st Child $360

* additional sibling/s ($330) (per child)

REGGAE CAMP is not to be missed. But numbers ARE limited….so BOOK NOW!

Evergreen Music Pty Ltd

ABN: 93 162 518 130

E: info@evergreenmusic.com.au

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