Music Camp In Berlin Was A Full Success
As we are already in August reported, FOO FIGHTERSfrontman and Workaholic DAVE GROHL with the 23-minute Intrumental "PLAY" and the corresponding documentary time a new project is tackled. His declared goal was to promote on a global level, the music education of young people.
This took place on 17./18. November, Dave Grohl Music Camp in the Noisy Rooms Berlin. Six young musicians between the ages of 14 and 22 years, were selected from a large Pool of applicants, the Opus to rehearse for a joint Performance. They were accompanied by a camera crew:
In addition, there was also a partial scholarship from the British and Irish Institute of Modern Music (bells) up for grabs. Bells Drum Coach RANDY BLACK (ex-PRIMAL FEAR, ex-W. A. S. P.) was enthusiastic about the young talent: "most of The Kids learn three - to five-minute Songs. This is a 23-minute Instrumental. To remain focused is a challenge, definitely.“
Even GROHL himself expressed on Twitter euphoric about the result of the two-day Camps:
Germany!! This is SO amazing. Thx so much for making #PLAY the music camp happen in Berlin. Thx to @noisyRooms, @BIMMBerlin, @musikhaus Thomann @nhowBerlin @DAngelicoNY & everyone involved who supported this. Most of all, our respect & thanks to the talented young musicians & mentors! pic.twitter.com/K6TioRGAeK
— Foo Fighters (@foofighters) November 29, 2018