Jazz Workshops Scheduled

Bellarmine Jazz Clinic

If you are planning to attend the Bellarmine Jazz Guitar Clinic in June and haven't already signed up, get to your telephone immediately. According to Director Jeff Sherman, many registrations, most from out-of-state, have already been received and it's possible that last-minute attenders might well find themselves without a space.

Sherman has again assembled an array of great jazz guitarists to pass along their wisdom as well as their chops to eager jazz guitar students. He credits the addition of Jim Hall to the faculty roster for the flurry of advance registrations.

Howard Roberts, who was originally scheduled to teach at the clinic, is ill and has been replaced by Gene Bertoncini. Louisville native Jimmy Raney, Sherman and Hall will also be instructors for a two-day clinic, June 15 and 16, at Bellarmine. A concert featuring them will be held Monday, June 15, in Wyatt Hall on the Bellarmine campus. Admission is $7 in advance, $8 at the door.

The clinic costs $70 and the enrollment is limited. According to Sherman, there have already been many out-of-state registrations. There is dorm space available. For more information, call (502) 452-8182.

U of L School of Music Schedules Workshops

The University of Louisville School of Music has announced its summer schedule of music workshops.

From July 5 through July 10, Jamey Aebersold, Dan Herly, David Baker, Lida Baker, Steve Crews, Phil DeGregg and Mike Tracy will be among the instructors for the Summer Jazz Workshop. There will be nightly faculty recitals and student jam sessions. For more information, call Mike Tracy at (502) 588-6032.

From July 13 through July 19, Dr. Lee Patrick and Dr. Mark Taggart, large ensemble conductor from the University of North Carolina, will teach the Saxophone Institute, which will focus on the concentrated study of classical saxophone. Pianist Loren Tice from Transylvania will also be on the faculty. There will be evening faculty and student recitals. For information, call (502) 588-6972 or (606) 277-2539.

A pair of Suzuki Institutes will also be run, June 14 through June 19. Mrs. Hiroko Driver will manage the Suzuki
String Institute. For information, call (502) 244-5151.

Suzuki Piano Institute is for ages four through high school. Haruko Kataoka, a master Japanese teacher from the Suzuki Institute, will be on the faculty.