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FÜR DRUMMER UND BASSISTEN! 🙂

Tickets sind im Vorverkauf erhĂ€ltlich. Tickets fĂŒr das Intensive Training beinhalten automatisch die Teilnahme am Konzert.

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Intensive Training: 15-18 Uhr

Konzert: 19 Uhr

In Ihren Workshops wollen Rehm und Gustke ihren Spass mit FUTURISTIC RETRO GROOVES weitergeben und die Neugier wecken, mit Grooves zu experimentieren. Dabei verwenden sie Subdivision und Groupings wie die Worte einer Sprache und zeigen, wie man auf diese Weise alle Rhythmen in allen Taktmetren mit Flow spielen kann. Mit diesen Subdivisions aus zwei, drei und vier Tönen kann man Motive mit beliebiger LĂ€nge bilden. Mit diesem Ansatz intuitiv alle Taktarten zu spielen – das ist das Ziel dieses Workshops. Rehm und Gustke waren damit bereits zu Gast beim Dresdener Drum&Bass-Festival und bei Onlinelessons.tv.

Das neue Duo-Programm von Philipp Rehm und Ralf Gustke (Söhne Mannheims) heisst „FUTURISTIC RETRO GROOVES“.
FUTURISTIC RETRO GROOVES sind innvovativ und zugleich funky und tanzbar. Rehm und Gustke bewegen sich musikalisch zwischen Funk, Dancehall, World und Jazz und jonglieren auf Ihre Weise mit Beats und Grooves. Ihre musikalische Sichtweise auf Grooves und Taktarten ergibt eine spannende rhythmische Vielfalt. Egal ob 3/4, 4/4, 5/16, 7/16 oder 9/16 – die Grooves kommen mit einer packenden Direktheit daher, der man sich nicht entziehen kann. Zusammen performen sie ein Power-Package aus instrumentalen Songs, kraftvollen Soli und abgefahrenen Rhythmen – eine neue Perspektive auf Basslines und Beats.

Drumtrainer Berlin is proud to welcome the New Orleans legend Stanton Moore for an intimate intensive training (max. 15 participants). Tickets cost 100,- Euros (Intensive Training) or 250,- Euro (Private Lesson & Intensive Training) and are available here: http://drumtrainerberlin.com/en/tickets/

Born and raised in New Orleans, Stanton Moore is a dedicated drummer and performer especially connected to the city, its culture and collaborative spirit.

In the early ‘90s, Moore helped found the New Orleans-based essential funk band Galactic. Their first album, 1996’s widely acclaimed Coolin’ Off, led to an intense tour schedule of nearly 200 gigs a year for the next ten years. Moore launched his solo career in 1998 aided by eight-string guitar virtuoso Charlie Hunter and saxophonist Skerik (Les Claypool, John Scofield, Roger Waters). The group recorded All Kooked Out! featuring a handful of local New Orleans musicians as well. In the midst of these recording sessions yet another concept was taking shape. Outtakes turned into the first Garage a Trois release. Moore extended his solo discography with the release of Flyin’ the Koop (Verve/Blue Thumb) in 2001, and III (Telarc) in 2006. Following the latter Modern Drummer called Moore’s trademark sound “infectious, jazz-meets-Bonham, nouveau second-line.” In April 2010, Moore releases Groove Alchemy. The 12-track set is the culmination of Moore’s multimedia project that also includes an instructional book and DVD of the same name. All three facets of the project are designed to explore the roots of funk drumming by examining the work of pioneers like Jabo Starks, Clyde Stubblefield, and Zigaboo Modeliste – each of whom made their mark at different times throughout the 1960s as the engines driving James Brown’s and the Meters’ legendary rhythm sections – and in turn tracing their influences back to the rhythms coming out of New Orleans in the earlier part of the 20th century.

Showing his outstanding versatility, Moore has appeared on Heavy Metal Grammy nominees Corrosion of Conformity’s In the Arms of God, Irma Thomas’ After the Rain (winning a grammy in the process), Robert Walter’s Super Heavy Organ, Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine) and Boots Riley’s (the Coup) Street Sweeper Social Club, Will Bernard’s Blue Plate Special, Diane Birch’s Bible Belt, Alec Ounsworth’s (Clap Your Hands Say Yeah) Mo Beauty and Joss Stone’s Colour Me Free!.  He continues to play dates globally with an ever-evolving cast of musicians including John Scofield; Karl Denson; George Porter, Jr., and Leo Nocentelli (of the Meters); Charlie Hunter; Warren Haynes; John Medeski and Chris Wood (of Medeski, Martin and Wood); Donald Harrison Jr.; Dr. Lonnie Smith, Dr. John, Tab Benoit, Robert Walter; the New Orleans Klezmer All-Stars and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band to name a few.

With a bachelor’s degree in music and business from Loyola University, Moore stays involved in education by constantly giving clinics and teaching master classes and private lessons all over the world. He has been a contributing writer for Drum!, Modern Drummer, and DownBeat magazines.