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The Grateful Dead in Concert: Essays on Live Improvisation [Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2010], to name just one).
It all kicks off at 1pm with an all-ages workshop on improvisation, lead by local vocalist and experimental artist Caroline Pugh.
HOW do you fancy an all-night improvisation session, coupled with some Sanskrit mantra chanting?
Expertly led by leading jazz educators and performers, the Summer Summit Series for adults includes workshops on improvisation, jazz guitar, singing, rhythm, composition, arranging and production.
Discussion of the presentation of Aitysh - Art of Improvisation as a joint nomination of Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan for inclusion into the Representative List of UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity is underway in Kyrgyzstan.
Improvisation for Classical Musicians: Strategies for Creativity and Expression, by Eugene Friesen with Wendy M.
Indeed, the theatricality of poetic improvisation resonates perhaps more today than through all the years, including the Romantic years, during which oral poetry, and especially improvised poetry, was frequently dismissed as an incompetent adjunct to its infinitely more cultured and complex written cousin.
Beyond notes; improvisation in western music of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Fortunately, improvisation has emerged as one technique to help contend with the contemporary requirements of increased speed and reduced uncertainty.
The Improvisation Edge: Secrets to Building Trust and Radical Collaboration at Work offers a fine survey of resources about building trust and draws on experts in trust dynamics to apply lessons of improvisation to the workplace to foster such trust.
Summary: Beirut: "Why is improvisation so important?
But Fast And Loose seems tailormade to his quick wit and superb improvisation skills, and it's a show where he is in good company among a slew of today's rising comic stars.