Open to all abilities and to any instrumentalists or vocalists, this workshop will explore the vital role of rhythm in worship music through group exercises, discussion and demonstration.
Led by Ian Cape (percussionist on Les Misérables in London’s West End) this session won’t require you to bring your instruments but will give you tools which you can then apply to your own instrument or setting.
When? Saturday 29th April, 10:30am.
Where? Holy Trinity Church, Spital.
Cost? Booking? (Information to follow)
Born in Edinburgh, Ian Cape started his musical life by tapping on the pews in his local church. After years of pestering his long-suffering parents, he began studying drum kit aged 9, playing with several rock bands shortly thereafter. Percussion lessons with Pam Dow at the Junior department of the then Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama culminated in a bursary to study at the Royal Academy of Music in London.
Ian attended All Souls Langham Place, London for many years, where he was heavily involved in the various music ministries under Noel Tredinnick, playing in services, the orchestra and in various outreach programs across London and further afield, on an eclectic diet of music ranging from the extremely traditional to the latest contemporary offerings.
Find out more about Ian at www.iancape.co.uk.