Ever wondered how James Hill shreds his uke with tunes like «Song for Cheri» or «Ode to a Frozen Boot»? In this workshop we will break down all layers of this fascinating and unique way of playing chord/melody style on the ‘ukulele (derived from Hill’s «Song for Cheri» ). After this workshop you will understand the idea of this advanced playing style and may be able to play a simple «cheri-picking» tune yourself.
The workshop will be taught in English and/or Danish.
Time: 23.06.2018, kl. 11:45-12:45
About Tobias Elof:
With 20+ years of performing and composing on the ‘ukulele, a bachelor degree in traditional folk music from Denmark’s prestigious folk music academy, nominations in two Danish Music awards, and tours across Europe and Asia with sell out shows in Copenhagen, Taipei and Beijing, the music of Tobias Elof is transcendent. Drawing from his Nordic roots, Elof’s grounded and intimate compositions are soothing and attract images of serenity. Described as the music of nature, Elof inspires to oppose the noise, encouraging listeners to feel a tranquil state of mind. A unique live performer Tobias Elof has performed at venues and festivals in places such as Sweden, the UK, Estonia and Hawaii and has shared the stage with some of the world’s biggest ‘ukulele icons – including the Hawaiian legend Kimo Hussey and Canadian James Hill.
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