Fingerstyle by Pim Weierink

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At the Twents Gitaarfestival, there will be two workshops for beginners and advanced guitarists.

In the workshop for the beginners, the basics oft he fingerstyle genre will be taught. The participants will try out several grooves, picking rhythms and right hand techniques (such as tabbing, and using the thumb-pick).

In the workshop for the advanced guitarists, participants will learn about right hand techniques to vary in timbre, tabbing techniques, musical phrasing, chord progressions, turn arounds and the rhythmic accompaniment during their play.

Pim Weierink (1991) started his study of classical music at the age of 17 at the ArtEZ Conservatory in Enschede. After studying classical / jazz guitar with Ulrich Steier, Sabrina Vlaskalic, and Reinier Baas, he decided to join the world of the Fingerstyle guitar. After having lessons from grandmaster Tommy Emmanuel, he wrote many arrangements and own compositions for the western guitar. Weierink knows by means of his great musical and technical knowledge how to bridge the gap between the different worlds of guitar styles.

Saturday 12th of may
Fingerstyle advanced: 03:30 – 04:30 pm
Fingerstyle beginners: 04:30 – 05:30 pm

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4 weeks ago

We are terribly sad to have lost our dear friend Sabrina Vlaskalic. Yesterday, Sabrina passed away due to a terrible traffic-accident.
Her passion, musicality and excitement in music will be missed dearly. We share our deepest condolences with her partner Jorrit Douwes, her family, friends and the organisation of the Dutch Guitar Foundation in which she was the thriving factor.
Sabrina, you have become a guitar-legend. Your music will live on, and you will always be remembered.
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More news! Artur Jaschke will provide a lecture on "music as a window to the brain" at the Twents Gitaarfestival 2019 on the 30th of may, as part of the EuroStrings - European Guitar Festival Collaborative. Save the date, more details will follow.
For the ones who can't wait, you can get a little fortaste: On the 15th of January he will defend his disseration about Music and the Brain at the VU in Amsterdam. Congratulations to Artur Jaschke! We wish him good luck and look forward to his lecture at the Twents Gitaar Festival 2019.

Music is not just sound, music is the way people listen to sound. It is always around us; on your iPhone, in the supermarket or in the club. Neuropsychologist Artur Jaschke (ArtEZ – VU – UMCG) speaks about the unique ability of human beings to clap in rhythm, while most people see themselves as non-musical. What does music do to our brain?

Artur C. Jaschke is researcher clinical Neuromusicology at the VU University Amsterdam (The Netherlands) in the department of Clinical Neuropsychology, specialising in the interrelation of music, executive functions and brain maturation in clinical and non clinical populations with the title Beyond Music Education: The effects of music interventions on neurocognition and behaviour. Additionally, he is lector Music-based therapies and interventions at the department of Music Therapy at ArtEZ University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Enschede the Netherlands.

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