Master class curated by Ric Neale, visiting professor at Leeds College of Music
This workshop is dedicated to analyzing the creation of text and to the students.
Monday March 11 2019
h 13: 30-15: 00
Saint Louis via Baccina, 47
Free entry on reservation by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
Credits for academic courses: 1/3 CFA
Ric Neale is a musician and singer-songwriter. In addition to publishing works as a soloist (in particular “All That Counts” of 2015, “Pencil” of 2016 and “Ric Neale Does Pet Sounds” of 2017 and “LULLABIES FOR PARENTS” of 2018 with all live piano and voice) with which he has shot far and wide, he has also written music for other artistic projects.
He worked as a songwriter, music director and performer in the sold out show “Dancing Bear” with Jamie Fletcher and Company at The Leeds Playhouse in Leeds and The Palace Theater in Manchester and, with his band The Housekeeping Society, he wrote and played on the show “Dancing With The Orange Dog” and composed “45RPM” for the art show “Thud, Crackle, Pop” in collaboration with the visual artist Pete McKee, presented at the prestigious Festival No.6. Together with the artist Rob Reed, he wrote the theatrical piece “Never Worn” for the Wakefiled Literature Festival in 2017.
The UK Songwriting Contest’s top ten in 2013 was written to a chapter in Andrew Dubber’s “The 360 Degree Deal”. He recently toured the UK to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beach Boys “Pet Sounds” album. Ric has been lectured on the songwriting profession for over a decade.