Saturday Slow Session at the NY Irish Center- still going strong!

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Saturday Slow Session at the NY Irish Center- still going strong!

Time: January 18, 2014 from 1:30pm to 4pm
Location: New York Irish Center
Street: 1040 Jackson Ave
City/Town: Long Island City (first stop in Queens after Grand Central Station on the 7 train)
Event Type: slow, session
Organized By: Richard Sutor
Latest Activity: Jan 15, 2014

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The Slow Session continues this Saturday afternoon at NYIC. Drop by to share some tunes and songs - all instruments and skill levels welcome!

The slow session is geared towards learning musicians. If you find a tune to be a bit fast, we can always play it again at a slower pace, just ask. Some of us play with sheet music, but you're encouraged to (try) pick it up by ear as well. There are not many rules, so feel free to play at a slower pace or choose an unknown tune/song. Just make sure you know the entire tune (so others can learn from you). 

On a related note, if you want to start playing at a faster pace, you should head over to Dempsey's (61 2nd Avenue) on Tuesday nights (8pm onwards). Great musicians, friendly atmosphere, big space and beer! 

  • Location for the Saturday slow session: New York Irish Center, 1040 Jackson Ave, Long Island City (first stop in Queens after Grand Central Station on the 7 train). Head downstairs to library.
Note: The 7 train should be running to LIC this weekend but check here for details - http://mta.info/weekender/lineview.html?r=7
  • Time: 1:30pm-4pm


Good Slow Tunes Resource - http://thesession.org/
Tune list (just suggestions, you can still play what you know): https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en&fromgroups#!topic/slowsession/zXAZSnhFZHA

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