Are you a musician in the Nashville area? Have you wondered about how to create magic while improvising a song, or composing a soundtrack to a scene in the moment, live?
We are hosting a special workshop this Saturday January 25th
that is FREE to selected musicians.
Veteran music director, Mike Descoteaux, full time Artistic Director of ImprovBoston, and founder of the industry-pioneering Music Program at The Second City Training Center as he leads participants through a whirlwind tour of the comedy universe as seen through the eyes of the musician in the wings. Discover the method behind supporting improvisers and actors on stage. Explore improvised scoring techniques such as environmental, stylistic and punctuational. Learn the fundamentals of collaborating with improvisers to create fully realized songs on the spot. Music Direction for improv and sketch comedy is a unique art combining numerous disciplines that will push even the most accomplished musician to new heights. This 3-hour workshop will load students up with concepts, tips and techniques from one of the most experienced career Music Directors in the business.
The Nashville Improv Company is looking for the next generation of Musical Directors and would love that to be you.
You can apply here.
Questions? Call 615-544-5386 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, please pass this around to any musicians you feel may be interested.
Nashville Improv has been entertaining audiences with their unique brand of high energy improvised comedy nationwide. They're bringing the best of improv & theater into the 21st century, recently being featured on Hidden America with Jonah Ray, and past performances with Laura Hall from Whose Line is it Anyway, Kevin McDonald from Kids in the Hall, Dave Razowski, booked by Comedy Centrals Drunk History, the Chicago Improv Festival, Geek Media Expo, and selling out shows consistently
nationwide. Nashville Tennessee's own professional improv company with regular classes, performances and corporate training. Thank you for stopping by. It’s great to meet you.