Jazz Improvisation Workshop

Essential Elements for Jazz WorkshopEssential Elements for Jazz Ensemble author Mike Steinel will be conducting a clinic at Stanton’s Sheet Music on Saturday, May 16, 2009. Mike’s jazz method has become the gold standard for meaningful jazz education throughout the country and he’ll be here in person to show teachers how to use it.

Directed toward all music educators, this clinic will also be great for college music majors. This will be a “hands on” session so bring your ax and work with Mike and a live rhythm section. The $15 registration fee will cover an “in store” lunch where you can share jazz education ideas with Mike and the other participants.steinel

Stanton’s, in cooperation with the Hal Leonard Publishing Company, will offer special pricing on EE Jazz materials including method books, individual charts and Mike’s outstanding Essential Elements Jazz Standards book.

Register at stantons.com or call us at (800)426-8742. Email with any questions to jazz@stantons.com.

Energize your jazz program and plan to attend the Essential Elements for Jazz Ensemble Clinic on Saturday, May 16 from 9A.M. to 3:30PM at Stanton’s Sheet Music. Our address is 330 S. 4th St in Columbus, Ohio and we’re located on the northeast corner of the intersection at 4th Street and Mound Street.

Whether you’re a seasoned jazz musician or the principal oboist in the symphony, Essential Elements for Jazz Ensemble is just the ticket to build a vibrant and exciting jazz program in your school. Shop Stanton’s for all your sheet music needs!

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