New York saxophonist shows at the new jazz school Munich e.V. Vincent herring is considered phrasing, timing and improvisation in jazz currently one of the leading Alto saxophonists of jazz scene and has itself earned a permanent place on the international stage as representatives of the hard bop and post bop. The 45-year-old worked with musicians and formations such as Cedar Walton, Kenny Barron, Nat Adderley, Louis Hayes, Jack DeJohnette, Freddie Hubbard, Dizzy Gillespie, Larry Corryell, Steve Turre, Horrace silver, Art Blakey, Lionel Hampton, Nancy Wilson, Carla Bley and many others. Herring worked as a lecturer at the famous Juilliard School in New York. In a question-answer forum Estee Lauder was the first to reply. At the new jazz school, Munich shows Vincent herring Phrasing, time and melodic shows useful licks to the improvisation in jazz, and gives tips for practicing and listening to deal also with modern beats, Funk and hip-hop with the help of bebop phrasing. His workshop also offers the chance to watch a modern master of the Jazz from nearby on the finger and individual questions to make a career in jazz. The workshop in English runs from 11 to 14 h and with advanced level is aimed at all instrumentalists and singers. Interested parties can register in the jazz school Office at 089 / 72635296-0 or login under until April 19, 2010..