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Saturday, May 12 • 10:30am - 11:20am
Next Level Music Theory

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You've learned some basic theory including chords, scales, and key signatures – now what? We will learn to apply these concepts to our Sunday worship songs and understanding song structure that will enhance your playing, songwriting, and arranging.

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Jean Sandoval

Guitarist/Songwriter/Producer/Arranger. Blending styles and cultures for years to create a diverse sound that reaches all generations and cultures. “I’ve never been satisfied with one genre. my ear goes all different directions” says Sandoval. His writing and arranging is relevant to our everyday lifestyle. “I’m much more interested in connecting and reaching people through music than showing off some kind of talent. Music is a very powerful platform that every musician has been entrusted with, and we must use it wisely” | | Studied privately with Mark Whitfield (Sting, Mary J. Blige, Lauryn Hill, Chris Botti), Avi Bortnick (John Scofield), Phil Forbes, Fuzz (Deep Banana Blackout, Caravan of thieves, Tom Tom Club), Jamie Begian, Chris Morrison, Chris Russo and George Raccio. “The more people I meet and connect with, the more I feel like I know nothing, which inspires me to learn even more. As a musician, I truly feel like student 24 hrs a day” | | Toured and/or recorded with Jaci Velasquez, Sandoval Band, Salvador, Freddy Rodriguez, Juan Carlos Alvarado, Rita Springer, Promise Keepers Conference, Bobby Sparks, Cosmic Jibaros, Sons of Funk, George Colon, Heather DePaolo, Boogie Chillun, RuthAnn Ridley, Dayna Varga, Mike Smith Band, Josh Young, Luis Raul Feliciano, Henry Garcia, Josue Avila, Ricardo Rodriguez, Rocio Crooke, Abraham Velasquez, Jenifer Thigpen and many others. | | Husband to Amy and daddy to Abella. Currently arranging and producing music for upcoming artists as well as leading the music... Read More →

Saturday May 12, 2018 10:30am - 11:20am

Attendees (25)