Title: Drums and Perc. Summer Camp
Description: "Contemporary Drums and Percussion Summer Camp" From: June 5-7, 2008 Where: University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL Sponsored by: Contemporary Latin Music Educators, Pearl Percussion and the University of Central Florida A unique opportunity to study with Pearl Percussion Artists Jose Rosa and Hector "Pocho" Neciosup and learn their contemporary approach, as well as performing techniques on Drums, Congas, Timbales, Bongos, Multi-percussion, Bata Drums and other instruments. Also, study with special guests and Pearl Percussion Artists: Grammy Award winner Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez, Glen Caruba and Dimas Sanchez. All levels are welcome; we will place the student on the appropriate level. Participants will perform in master classes and concerts, and will receive instruction on a variety of percussion subjects including: * Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced levels * History of Drums * History of Latin Percussion Instruments * Drum Set Lessons: Latin Funk, Fusion, Salsa Patterns, Latin American Rhythms * Contemporary Conga Techniques ¡V "Beyond The Secret Hand" - La Mano Secreta * "El Negro's" Approach to Drum-set * The Contemporary Multi-percussionist ¡V "The approach to Pop Music" by: Glen Caruba * Afro Peruvian Music, The Cajon and its roots * Timbales and Hand Drums improvisation * Afro Cuban Percussion- Bata Drums, Bembe and Folkloric music * Independence & Transfer Value in Percussion * New World Afro Music - Percussion instruments from: Colombia, Venezuela, Argentina, Peru, etc Additional Activities: * Latin Percussion Ensemble * Brazilian Percussion * Drums and Percussion Ensemble * Evening sessions and much more Each student will receive: * Daily sessions with Jose Rosa, Hector Neciosup and Dimas Sanchez * Master Class and/or small groups lessons with Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez* and Glen Caruba * small group lessons and Individual instruction opportunities with Jose Rosa and Hector "Pocho" Neciosup * Ample time for individual practice * Instruments will be provided. - Contact Jose Rosa to make arrangements if you wish to bring your own instruments. To Register go to: or e-mail: