Yotam Silberstein (Jazz Guitar Studies) – Bundle

Yotam Silberstein (Jazz Guitar Studies) – Bundle

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Length: Video 1 - 33:43, Video 2 - 35:46, Video 3 - 35:10
Description: This discounted bundle includes videos 1, 2, 3 & the PDF from Yotam Silberstein's "Jazz Guitar Studies" masterclass.

Video 1: In part one (1 of 3) of this "Jazz Guitar Studies" masterclass, acclaimed guitarist Yotam Silberstein follows up on his "Foundations for Jazz Guitar" series. Yotam goes further into practicing scales, using "false fingerings", practicing chord voicings and more. If you want to internalize the nuances of jazz on your instrument so you can freely express yourself, this guitar lesson series is for you.
Topics Covered: Jazz Guitar, Playing Scales, “False Fingerings”, Connecting Scales, Playing Scales Through a Jazz Standard, Practicing Chord Voicings and Inversions, Etc.

Video 2: In part two (2 of 3) of this "Jazz Guitar Studies" masterclass, acclaimed guitarist Yotam Silberstein follows up on his "Foundations for Jazz Guitar" series. Yotam answers questions from his fans and discusses using polyphony in solos, transcription, strengthening your time feel, playing intros and more. If you want to internalize the nuances of jazz on your instrument so you can freely express yourself, this guitar lesson series is for you.
Topics Covered: Jazz Guitar, Study of Polyphony, Hearing More than One Melody at a Time, Bach, Question and Answer, Transcription, Time Feel, Metronome Exercises, Staying Focused, Playing an Intro, Practice Routine, Improvising Mindset, Singing and Hearing What you Play, Etc.

Video 3: In part three (3 of 3) of this "Jazz Guitar Studies" masterclass, acclaimed guitarist Yotam Silberstein follows up on his "Foundations for Jazz Guitar" series. Yotam answers questions from his fans and discusses reharmonization, comping, beat placement, composition, influences and more. If you want to internalize the nuances of jazz on your instrument so you can freely express yourself, this guitar lesson series is for you.
Topics Covered: Jazz Guitar, Improvisation, Composing, 11/8, Reharmonization, Internalizing, Nuances, Influences, Feel, Beat Placement, Playing Legato & Staccato, Comping, Etc.

Yotam Silberstein

As a young musician in Tel Aviv, Yotam Silberstein was quickly recognized as a prodigy and was invited to perform with many of the nation’s top musicians. At 21, he performed at Italy’s renowned Umbria Jazz Festival, released a critically acclaimed debut album and set out on an extensive tour of Europe.

Upon receiving a scholarship to the prestigious New School, Yotam Silberstein moved to New York in 2005. He was a finalist in the Thelonious MonkInternational Jazz Guitar Competition in 2005 with one critic noting: “Yotam’s tones are exquisitely old school but his playing fresh, fiery and bursting with joyful exuberance, and musically he is one heavy cat.” Jazz Times noted that Yotam has “made an impact on the scene with his precision bebop lines and fleet fingered improvisation”. All About Jazz saw a resemblance between his 2009 release, “Next Page” and “the heyday of Blue Note Records”, adding that Yotam is “forging his own path with skills and style.”

As artistically gifted as he is technically proficient, Silberstein is featured on a wide variety of critically acclaimed releases including “Resonance” and “Brasil” on the Jazz Legacy Productions label, John Patitucci‘s new trio album “Irmaos De Fe” and Monty Alexander’s Grammy-nominated “Harlem-Kingston Express Live!” among countless others.

Yotam has earned his place among the jazz elite by collaborating with such luminaries as James Moody, The Heath Brothers, Roy Hargrove, George Coleman, David Sanborn, Marcus Miller, Paquito D’rivera, Christian McBride, John Patitucci, and many others.

This versatile guitarist’s wheelhouse runs the sonic spectrum, including Brazilian, world music, blues and bebop. Silberstein’s showmanship wowed the Kennedy Center’s 2011 production, “Ella!” which featured Dee Dee Bridgewater, Al Jarreau, Dr. Billy Taylor and Janis Siegel. His performance earned him a return invitation for a special appearance at the KC Jazz Club. In Addition Yotam has applied his talent to composing music for film and in 2015 he received the Sundance Time Warner award for film scoring.

Yotam Silberstein has toured as a leader in major clubs and jazz festivals in Europe, Japan, South America, Asia and the US and has received high praise for his performances. Having performed with the world’s premier talent, Yotam has honed his craft with precision, finesse and the innate artistic touch. Both the critics and his fans await the release of his new album “The Village” on Jazz & People in January . DownBeat magazine calls this “his most fully realized recording to date,” and says that Yotam “burns brightly alongside colleagues Goldberg, Rogers and Hutchinson.”

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