Tag Archives: MFM ZOOM Webinar

Report: MFM Zoom Webinar #10 w. Adam Reifsteck and Jeffrey Green Report

“Keep It Simple!” – Jeffrey Green

Report by Dawoud Kringle

Adam Reifsteck and Jeffrey GreenOn Friday, July 8th, 2022, MFM presented its tenth Zoom Webinar. The theme was How to Set Up One’s Home Studio. The speakers were two MFM members whose qualifications in this area can only be described as exemplary: Adam Reifsteck  (musician, composer, producer, owner of Teknofonik Records) and Jeffrey Green (musician, composer, Sweetwater sales rep, whom I interviewed for Episode 32 of the MFM Speaks Out podcast https://mfmspeaksout.simplecast.com/episodes/jeffreygreen-83cmut5o). Reifsteck also hosted the event.

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MFM Presents: “Music Is Essential” ZOOM Webinar #6 – A Conversation with Attorney Barry Heyman, Esq. and Roger Blanc (MFM) Discussing Ways A Musician’s Musical Work Product Can Produce Revenue from Home During the Continuing Pandemic

Date: Thursday, September 30, 2021
Time: 6pm to 7:15pm (ET)
Venue:  ZOOM
Ticket: free

Please register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEqfu-srj4qHtL_9ukwtmJDCz9WjtFAy0LG

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MFM Presents: “Music Is Essential” ZOOM Webinar #5 with Banning Eyre on Bringing African Music into the American Music Scene

Date: Thursday, July 15, 2021
Time: 6pm to 7:30pm (ET)
Venue: ZOOM
Ticket: free

Please register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYud-GtpzorEtU2zBhZA4kaF2uOecvtk13c

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Report: MFM ZOOM Webinar #4 w. Richard Miller and Stephen Johnson

The Rhythmic and Harmonic History of Brazilian Music from Choro to Bossa Nova

Report by Dawoud Kringle

On Friday, March 26, 2021, MFM presented its 4th Zoom Webinar. MFM Members Richard Miller and Stephen Johnson presented a discussion on the history of Brazilian music.

MFM ZOOM Webinar #4Guitarist Richard Miller has performed extensively throughout the United States and Latin America in concerts that explore his roots in Brazilian choro, American Jazz, and classical guitar. He has a Ph.D. in music theory from Catholic University of America and a Masters in guitar performance from Manhattan School of Music. He taught music theory and ear training at Columbia University for eight years and has just relocated to Southern California. Lambert Academic Publishing recently published his book The Guitar in the Brazilian Choro.

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