Contemporary Latin Music Educators, Pearl Corporation and The University of Central Florida, Presents:
"Contemporary Drums and Percussion Camp" and "SEARCHING FOR AMERICA'S DRUMMER" DRUM CONTEST
University of Central Florida
June 17-19, 2009
Featuring study with special guests and Pearl Percussion Artists:
Hector "Pocho" Neciosup
“Heavy Metal Meets Latin Music” with ANKLA’S Percussionist:
Created for all levels, this unique Camp offers daily sessions, small group lessons and Individual instruction opportunities with Jose Rosa, Hector Neciosup and Glen Caruba, as well as Master Class and/or small groups lessons with Larry Washington and Oscar Santiago.
Here’s your chance to study with renowned Pearl Percussion Artists Jose Rosa and Hector "Pocho" Neciosup and learn their unique approach to learning percussion.
The Camp covers history and techniques for percussion, including Drums, Big Band Drumming, Congas, Timbales, Bongos, Multi-percussion, Bata Drums and other percussion instruments.
Additional Activities include:
• Latin Percussion Ensemble
• Brazilian Percussion
• Drums and Percussion Ensemble
• Evening sessions and much more
Space is Limited...Register Today!
To reserve your place in this exciting Camp, simply go to:
http:// www.contemporarypercussion.com to register
or call 1-786-539-6269.
$200.00 FOR ALL 3 DAYS
(If registered before May 31, 2009, payment due by June 1, 2009)
$250.00 FOR ALL 3 DAYS
(If registered after May 31, 2009, payment due by June 15, 2009)
$200.00 For UCF Students (Must present Valid Student ID) or If registered for the “Ney Rosauro/Jeff Moore” Camp.
Pay Pal, Credit Cards, Cash and Money Orders accepted. Personal Checks will only be accepted before May 14, 2009. Please note that Credit Cards and Personal Checks would NOT be accepted at the event.
All levels are welcome
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