World’s Premier Electric Harp Guitarist comes to Toronto
The Toronto Guitar School (TGS) and Mint Music are thrilled to host for the first time in Toronto: Tim Donahue, acclaimed musician and inventor of the Tim Donahue Electric Harp Guitar, for an exciting one day workshop and concert. The Toronto Guitar School is an award winning performance based music program taking students from lessons to the stage through private lessons, group classes, workshops, bands and showcases run by industry professionals.
Tim is looking forward to his first event in Toronto. The events will start off with Tim in conversation with Glen Alan, Founder of the TGS and Mint, sharing stories and insights from Tim’s year of playing with musical legends such as Paul Rogers, Eddie Kramer, and Kelly Hansen. Tim will also discuss his unique playing techniques and how the development of the electric Harp Guitar impacted his music career. Tim will also discuss jazz/rock composition and seeing music in color (synaesthesia).
“The premier string player on the planet”WILL ACKERMANN / Windam Hill Records
“Tim is pioneering a technique that has endless possibilities…Incredible”MIKE VARNEY / Shrapnel Records USA
“Donahue’s virtuosity sets him apart as one of the new guitar innovators”JAZZIZ MAGAZINE / USA
Tim has worked in a wide range of musical genres including otherworldly ambient music, orchestral film scores, instrumental jazz/fusion, and hard rock. He has also worked with some of the industry’s most talented and recognized vocalists such as Paul Rodgers (Free and Bad Company), Kelly Hansen (Foreigner), and James LaBrie (Dream Theater). Tim teamed up with legendary producer/engineer Eddie Kramer (of Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin and KISS fame) to produce his heavy rock album Voices in the Wind. In addition, Tim has released over 10 albums and is part of the compilation albums Guitars for Freedom Vol. 2 (with Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page & Steve Lukather), and Fretless Guitar Masters, a unique compilation of fretless guitarists from around the world.
Date and Time: The workshop will take place on Sunday October 27th 2019 at 2:30pm to 4pm followed by a performance at 7:30pm to 9pm. Attend one or both events.
Location: the TGS Headquarters located at 116 Bond Street in Toronto Ontario (right next to Yonge-Dundas Square).
Cost: Free for members of TGS/Mint Music / only $10 in advance or $15 at the door for one or both.
Contact TGS/Mint Music for tickets and other information:
Glen Alan – P: 416.707.1077 E:email@example.com