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Play your favorite song (Ed Sheeran style)

In één avond leer je jouw favoriete song zelf spelen en/of zingen. Je hebt geen hele band nodig om te knallen, kijk maar naar Ed Sheeran. Met enkel een gitaar en loopmachine speelt hij wereldwijd in de grootste én uitverkochte zalen.

Of je nu zingt of een instrument bespeelt; tijdens deze workshop ga je onder begeleiding van docent Remco Roncken en met behulp van een loopmachine (EdSheeran-style) de song instuderen. Geef vooraf door welk 2 songs jouw favoriet zijn en/of welk instrument je speelt (geen drums). Zingen kan natuurlijk ook (10+)!

Deelname: € 7,- Afrekenen (contant of pin) voorafgaande aan de workshop bij de balie van Kumulus.
Aanmelden: via Locatie: Kumulus, St. Maartenspoort 2.

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