Join us at the London Acoustic Show on 10th - 11th September for one-off masterclasses with Andy Jones and Carl Orr.
Rockschool will be hosting one-off masterclasses on 10th - 11th September with acoustic specialists Andy Jones (Brian May, Van Morrison, Julian Lloyd Webber, Total Guitar Columnist) and Carl Orr (Billy Cobham, Acoustic Columnist, Ronnie Scott’s House Band) at this year's London Acoustic Show
Carl’s masterclass will focus on techniques and concepts for improvisation and Andy will focus on rearrangement and accompaniment. Both masterclasses are designed to support the concepts covered in both Acoustic and Total Guitar magazine and will feature repertoire from Newton Faulkner, Pat Metheny, Brad Paisley and Tommy Emmanuel.
All Rockschoolers can get 20% off tickets using the below link.
Rockschool Acoustic syllabus scholarship
Andy G Jones
Andy Jones is a world renowned guitarist who has played with some of the world’s greatest artists including Van Morrison, Cliff Richard, Mike Finnigan, James Ingram, Lamont Dozier, Queen (Brian May and Roger Taylor), Dean Bradfield (Manic Street Preachers), The BBC Radio Big Band and has toured with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Since leaving Van Morrison, Andy has been in Cliff Richard’s band and played at the Queen’s Jubilee Concert which also featured Stevie Wonder, Elton John and Paul McCartney. He has just returned from Australia where he played on a live Cliff Richard DVD at the Sydney Opera House.
Discover more on Andy Jones: www.andygjones.com/
A professional musician since 1980, Carl Orr has performed and recorded with some of the finest musicians on the planet including Billy Cobham, George Duke, Ernie Watts, Randy Brecker, Gary Husband and Bennie Maupin.
He is a regular at London’s legendary Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club in his own band and as a member of drummer Mark Fletcher's supergroup "Fletch's Brew". Carl has taught guitar at The Australian Institute of Music, Brunel University, Middlesex University, London Centre Of Contemporary Music and The Academy of Contemporary Music.
Discover more on Carl Orr: www.carlorr.com