Music Theory for Non-Instrumentalists
John Tuttle
Sunday, June 9, 2013, 2:00pm
Lead Belly Stage - Room #333

"F# minor, 2 chord, dominant 7th..." What the heck are they talking about? You don't have to play an instrument or read music to understand music theory. Come learn some basic concepts you can use to build better harmonies, communicate more effectively with instrumentalists accompanying your singing, or better understand what you're already singing so well. No guitars allowed out of their cases - who needs them? We'll sing!

John Tuttle studied music theory and composition at SUNY Binghamton and at UC Berkeley. He is an accomplished composer, arranger and music director, as well as pianist and guitarist. He has experience in a wide variety of musical situations from classical concert halls to theater pits, recording studios, cruise ships, bar bands, jazz jams, and folkie coffee houses. John is a member of Quake City Jug Band. www.quakecityjugband.com