ورشة عمل للموسيقيين مع أحمد الخطيب ويوسف حبيش
عرض رؤية وتجربة سبيل من ناحية التاليف والأداء للموسيقى العربية المعاصرة:
-التعامل مع المقام بالشكل غير التقليدي
-تطوير وتصنيف الموازين الايقاعية
-تطوير التعبير الايقاعي
التاريخ: الثلاثاء 22 كانون الأوّل 2015
الوقت: 10:30 صباحًا - 1:30 صباحًا
مفتوحة للموسيقيين - الدخول مجاني
للتأكيد على الحضور, الرجاء ارسال المعلومات (عدد والاسم والرقم) على
Workshop with Ahmad El Khatib & Youssef Hbeich
The main aim of these workshops is to put the emphases on the cultural identity by developing the taste for the local musical traditions and other world musical cultures.
These workshops come to expose the attendance to the main elements of making and expiring music.
The workshops goes into three aspects:
1- Cognitive, by enriching the knowledge of the participants through plenty of notions and vocabularies of the music field.
2- Emotional, by making the participants enjoying the process and the results of these workshops.
3- Technique and ability to play music.
This workshop is built for adult musicians who already passed a few years in the conservatory and this workshop contains the following:
a. Working on Maqams in arabic music Modal and microtonal system.
b. Rhythms, traditional and modern with different variations.
c. Genres in arabic music, compositions and structure which include chants and instrumental music.
d. Developing the taste of hearing music and as well the technique of using the instruments and performance.
Date: Tuesday 22nd December 2015.
Time: 10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Open to musicians | Free entrance
To confirm your attendance, kindly send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
To read more about the artists:
Ahmad AL KHATIB (Composition and Oud)
As Ahmad Al Khatib is admired in the Middle-East as a successor of greatest oud players, one gets impressed by his modesty full of dignity. Son of a poet, he always admired poet's power to create from words in order to formulate visions and feelings for themselves and others. Composing is his attempt to achieve the same through musical language. In the service of emotion generated among listeners, his musical quest also reveals the grave elegance of an imperious quest of meaning.
Born in 1974, in a Palestinian refugee camp of Jordan, Al Khatib learns oud since childhood. He studies musicology and classical western cello at Al-Yarmouk University (Jordan), winning a first prize of Solo Playing Competition in 1990 and 1991. After graduating with honours in 1997, he settles in Ramallah (Palestine). He joins the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music in East Jerusalem and teaches in
the Oriental Music Department, later heading it. In 1999, he establishes Karloma, a music ensemble that gathers teachers from the ESNCM, among whom Youssef Hbeisch.
April 2002, during the siege and curfew imposed on numerous Palestinian localities by the Israeli army, Al Khatib composes. The same year, the visa allowing him to live in Palestine is not renewed. Forced to leave, he continues to work for the Conservatory, building connections with various institutions in the Arab world. Since 2004, he resides in Sweden, where he obtained a Master's degree in Ethnomusicology and
Methodology of Musical Education.
Youssef HBEISCH(Percussions and Rythm)
Youssef Hbeisch lives between Haifa, Paris and the world's
stages. Caressing, brushing, hitting each instrument at the
right time with the required pressure, is his way of describing in the sound dimension the outside world and his inner world.
Now a specialist in Oriental percussion, the variety of musical traditions tinging his playing style makes it praised by connoisseurs as unique, sophisticated and innovative.
Born in 1967 in Galilee, Hbeisch starts drumming at the age of seven. His brother teaches him the basics, then quickly takes the prodigy child to play in weddings. He later studies philosophy and musicology, and researches on rhythm in different cultures (Indian, Persian, African, Latin...).
A plurality of experiences led him to develop an original teaching method for rhythm. He taught for seven years at the Edward Said National Conservatory of Music (East Jerusalem) and for ten years at Beit Al Musica (Galilee) and teaches on a regular basis academic seminars and master classes.
Giving percussion workshops in art therapy remains important to Hbeisch: for battered women, disabled children, prisoners..., it aims at developping personal expression, intercom and group dynamics.
Metro Al Madina
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Ticketing Phone: +961-76309363 (Monday to Saturday - 12 to 9 pm | Sunday 2 - 9 pm )
Wheelchair access available upon request