Quickstep Kalimba Workshop
The Quickstep Kalimba Workshop by Yuri Landman features an electric version of an African instrument called Kalimba.
This electric variant is handy to plug in any amp and to use at live performances.
The workshop is limited to 10 persons.
Duration of the workshop is approximately four hours.
Watch a video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebzMQAjIAhg
You can choose between a 12 tone version or a 7 tone version.
Price of the 12 tone: 90€
Price of the 7 tone: 65€
How to join the workshop:
Send an email including your name, phone number and Kalimba version of your choice to: strateraser(at)gmail(dot)com
Workshop is paid 50% in advance via PayPal and 50% at the door.
Workshop is given on Saturday 28 of April from 13:00 to 18:00 hours, please be on time!
Yuri Landman (1973) is a musician and an inventor of musical instruments. Based on prepared guitar techniques, he built his first instrument in 2001 to solve the inaccuracy of instant preparations. He has build experimental for acts such as Sonic Youth, dEUS, Melt-Banana, Rhys Chatham, Ex-Easter Island Head, Half Japanese, Kaki King.
In the past seven years he has given over 100 DIY-instrument building workshops in Europe and the US at music festivals, music academies, art academies, concert venues and art spaces. In 2012 Yuri Landman and Bart Hopkin published Nice Noise, a book about string preparations and extended techniques for guitar. In the same year he started his band Bismuth with Arnold van de Velde followed by an album in 2014 Bismuth.
Institutes such as MIM (Phoenix), Muziekgebouw aan ’t IJ, WORM, Extrapool, Sonoscopia own collections of his instruments. Articles about his work have appeared in Pitchfork, The Guardian, CNN, Libération, El País, Frankfurter Algemeine, and many others. Landman is a regular guest teacher at TAMK (Tampere FI), AvP (Leeuwarden NL), ZHdK (Zurich CH), ELAK (Vienna AU), FH Joanneum (Graz AU),Conservatoire TPM (Toulon FR), and other education institutes.