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Lee Oskar Masterclass in Cambridge UK
Thursday, October 17, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Lee Oskar featuring Steve Lockwood and students.
Live music, a chance to play and expert tuition.
The session will include Steve Lockwood harmonica students who will perform with Lee Oskar on some of his greatest songs including Low Rider, A Soulful Prayer and a selection of Steve’s own teaching material from blues through reggae and into funk and jazz.
Come and get tips from a teaching master and listen to some great music.
Lee Oskar – Harmonica
Steve Lockwood – Harmonica and vocals
Ed Graham – Piano
Dave Stubbs – Guitar
12 Sussex Street
Cambridge, CB1 1PW
Sponsored by: Miller’s Music, Lee Oskar Harmonicas, and Steve Lockwood’s Cambridge Harmonica Method
More about Steve Lockwood:
Musician, Composer, Performer and Harmonica Teacher; Steve Lockwood is considered a ‘Harmonica Wizard’ in many circles. Whether playing live gigs in a number of different bands, or assisting his students in online Skype lessons, Steve Lockwood showcases the power and influence of his favorite and most versatile instrument, the harmonica erektil dysfunksjon behandling.
Any music, any era. Steve Lockwood believes the harmonica to be the “most powerful tool in your musical arsenal”. An instrument that can be learned at any age; a personal, classic instrument that can be bent to your musical whim. Any genre of music, from roadhouse blues to reggae and hip hop; the harmonica is the most versatile instrument that anyone can pick up.
As an accomplished musician and master of the harmonica, Steve is always using his talent to share his knowledge with others. He teaches harmonica workshops regularly around Europe and the U.K. and is an exceptional tutor for one-on-one harmonica lessons which he teaches via Skype from his Studio in Cambridge, UK. Whether you are a complete beginner, intermediate or advanced on harmonica contact Steve for your first exciting lesson. Watch Steve teaching via Skype. Skype lessons feature ‘instant downloads of songs’ and you can record your session to go back over it to enhance your learning.