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Bradley Sowash

Bradley Sowash is a multi-instrumentalist, composer and educator known for his innovative online group jazz piano classes, widely-acclaimed keyboard improvisation books, and as the co-founder of 88 Creative Keys workshops and webinars for music teachers. Learn more at https://bradleysowash.com/

NEWS: EDUCATION

Attn. String Educators - New Music For 1st Time Improvisors

Bradley Sowash has been testing out his Creative Strings Project on local Suzuki groups and now he has made them available to the public. You are invited to peruse the sounds and videos of students performances of these cool pieces here. Eye players read music. Ear players improvise. Today’s well-rounded students need instruction in both. Creative ...

NEWS: RECORDING

New Christmas CD: Fum Bells--Live! by Bradley Sowash

Fum Bells—Live!—Christmas classics uniquely arranged for big band and choir by Bradley Sowash In 2008, Richard Rudolph, director of music for Covenant Presbyterian Church in Roanoke, VA had an unusual vision: to combine his traditional music-reading choir with the nearby Kingdom of Life sing-by-ear gospel choir to perform Christmas classics. Furthermore, a 17-piece big band would ...

NEWS: EDUCATION

Ohio Piano Teacher Training in Columbus Throughout June

Ohio Piano Teacher Training in Columbus Throughout June

Focus On Jazz - Teacher Training Workshop This three-session workshop is designed specifically for traditional studio piano teachers who have some or no experience with jazz or blues but would like to integrate these styles into their teaching and playing. Through lecture, demonstration, written example, and hands-on experience, participants will learn how to integrate a teaching ...

Bradley Sowash: For The Beauty Of The Earth

Read "For The Beauty Of The Earth" reviewed by Mark Sabbatini

If there's a prototypical album for Starbucks to play on Sunday mornings, this is it. Whether that's a good or bad thing will ultimately shape opinions about Bradley Sowash's For The Beauty Of The Earth. He performs the fourteen solo piano hymns and spirituals well with a sprinkling of personal accents and a lively contemporary sound, ...

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Bradley Sowash: For the Beauty of the Earth

Read "For the Beauty of the Earth" reviewed by David Rickert

Jazz has always had a close tie to religion, from its roots in gospel music and spirituals to the divine musical quests of Coltrane and the Sacred Concerts of Ellington. However, few artists have mined the hymnal directly for source material, and fewer still have then recorded albums that have reflection and meditation as their key ...


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