MASTER CLASS WITH PROFESSOR BERKLEE COLLEGE OF MUSIC - MAXIM LUBARSKY (piano)
Maxim Lubarsky. Harmonic and rhythmic elements in improvisation and accompaniment. Their creative application.
Maxim Lyubarsky, Professor of Piano Department of Berkeley, is born in Odessa.
Maxim Lyubarsky, a graduate of the School of the Stolyar and Odessa Conservatory, was invited in 2001 to study at Berkeley College. Since his arrival in the United States, Maxim has been actively performing. He performs a lot and recorded with his quartet, as well as with many musicians from Boston and New York.
Maxim has participated in many festivals including the Bin-Town Jazz Festival, IADO Conference, Cambridge Jazz Festival, Diachetum Festival (Italy), Jazz Manor, and Maxim is an annual guest performer at the Spoletto Festival where in 2010 he was invited to perform the Blue Rhapsody Gershwin with the South Carolina Symphony Orchestra.
Max has performed with many legendary musicians including Teri Lin Carrington, Greg Osby, Dave Libman, Tiger Okoshi, Gabriel Guudman, Kevin Mahogany, Ryan, Steve Geth, Abraham Laboratory, Patrice Rashin, Dee De Bridgewater. Maxim was repeatedly invited with master classes to China, Russia and South Africa.
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.