DREAM THEATER keyboardist Jordan Rudess has announced the ultimate keyboard camp experience, set to take place July 18-22 at the Full Moon Resort in upstate New York.
KeyFest enrollment is open to keyboardists of all levels. Participants will enjoy a fully immersive learning experience organized by Jordan Rudess. KeyFest will include master classes, learning sessions, a technology room to try the latest technology, live performances and jams, and all-inclusive meal options and lodging accommodations.
Says Rudess: "I'm excited for the opportunity to hang out with fellow keyboardists in a relaxed environment and have the chance to share some of the skills and knowledge that I've gathered through the years.
"Our keyboard world is constantly evolving as technology keeps throwing us new possibilities.
"I'm looking forward to spending some quality time in a beautiful location, eating good food, playing some music, teaching and jamming with all of you!"
Rudess will be joined by special guest keyboardist, vocalist, songwriter and producer Tom Brislin. Tom performs as a solo artist and is also known for his work with YES, CAMEL and RENAISSANCE.
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