We are absolutely thrilled to announce our upcoming webinar series with Juno-nominated bassist and educator Jodi Proznick!
The first event will take place on Sunday, November 22nd at 3pm MST via Zoom.
The cost is $20 per webinar, or you can purchase the whole four-part series for $70.
Please purchase tickets via our Eventbrite page.
The link will take you to the ticket price for the entire series, but if you scroll down, you can find tickets for the individual events as well.
We recognize that these are tough times. If the ticket price is a barrier to you joining us, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy learning and we can’t wait to see you online soon! Grab your tickets today!
BuckingJam Palace Presents: The Jodi Proznick Webinar Series
Sunday, November 22nd – What Makes Them Great? Legendary Jazz Bassists
A feature on great jazz bassists such as Paul Chambers, Ray Brown, Oscar Pettiford, Jimmy Blanton, Scott LaFaro and Israel Crosby.
Sunday, November 29th – The Roots of Jazz: Exploring the Blues
A focus on important female blues artists such as Bessie Smith and Ma Rainey and also various topics such as Chicago Blues, Boogie Woogie, “Race” records, Rhythm and Blues, Count Basie, Charlie Parker, Louis Armstrong, the relationship of the field holler, country blues, folk music, etc.
You might even learn how to write a good blues lyric and melody yourself by the end!
Sunday, December 6th – Famous Canadian Jazz Couples: Partnerships on and off the bandstand
This is a feature on several notable Canadian personal and musical jazz collaborations featuring the likes of Tara Davidson and William Carn, Jennifer Scott and Rene Worst, Nancy Walker and Kieran Overs, Laila Biali and Ben Whitman, Jane Bunnett and Larry Cramer, Bill Coon and Jill Townsend, Andre Wickenheiser and Sam Hindle, Jodi Proznick and Tilden Webb and more!
Sunday, December 13th – What Makes this Album Great? Night Train by Oscar Peterson
For some, jazz is often the “olive” of the music industry. Sometimes it’s an acquired taste! Join Jodi as she demystifies jazz through a guided listening adventure, featuring an iconic jazz record that also happens to be the album that hooked her as a young musician. Find out why!
*All webinars run 3-430pm MST*