MASTER CLASS WITH PROFESSOR BERKLEE COLLEGE OF MUSIC - GABRIELLE GOODMAN (vocals)
Gabriel Goodman is a phenomenal singer, composer and producer. Thanks to the versatility of her musical talent, Gabriel has performed in many countries around the world and collaborated with legendary musicians.
The world first heard about this unique singer in 1980 during her collaboration with Roberta Flack on tours in Japan with Miles Davis. She toured the world with both solo programs and collaborating with Chuck Khan, Patty Label, Brian Fairy, Fredy Jackson, Quincy Jones, Norman Connors, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Nancy Wilson and many others.
At the same time, she wrote the song "You Can Make the Story Right" included in the award winning GREMI album of the legendary singer Chuck Khan "The woman I Am”.
In addition to solo performances, Gabriel has repeatedly participated in theatrical performances, and also performed with the world's largest symphony orchestras - Boston Pops, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Yamauri Symphony (Japan) and Syracuse Symphony.
In addition to concert activities, Gabriel is a vocal professor at Berkeley Collage, and the author of a book on jazz vocals published by Berklee Press.TICKET COST INCLUDED BY GROUP MASTER CLASS FORUM
Master Class members are invited to participate in an online contest.
The best contestants will be invited to perform at the gala concert, which will be held on May 26 at the Sea Theater Summer Theater.
The winner of the competition will receive a scholarship to the online class at Berklee College of Music.
Conditions of the competition:
To participate in the contest, you need to send a video with a composition of up to 5 minutes in the style of Jazz, R & B, Funk.
Performance can be solo or in ensemble. When performing in an ensemble, the participant must be the main lead singer.
Drummers and bassists must demonstrate both the ensemble-accompanying game and the ability to play solo.
Registration for the competition - http://bit.ly/2D53ewD
Applications for participation are accepted until May 20.