HOLZWARTH Brothers: RHAPSODY OF FIRE, BLIND GUARDIAN Members Schedule Masterclasses

The Holzwarth brothers — RHAPSODY OF FIRE drummer Alex Holzwarth and BLIND GUARDIAN/POWER QUEST bassist Oliver Holzwarth — will hold bass and drum masterclasses in Germany and Austria in May.

Alex and Oliver will play and break down songs by RHAPSODY OF FIRE and BLIND GUARDIAN as well as classic tunes from DREAM THEATER, KISS, GENESIS, SLIPKNOT, RIOT, BRYAN ADAMS, SLAYER, NIGHTWISH and MARYLIN MANSON. In addition, they will demonstrate and discuss everything related to performing different kind of music as a tight rhythm section.

The dates are as follows:

May 04 - Köln, Germany, Drummer's Focus
May 05 - Markdorf, Germany, Drummer's Focus
May 06 - Stuttgart, Germany, Drummer's Focus
May 07 - München, Germany, Drummer's Focus
May 08 - Salzburg, Austria, Drummer's Focus

For more information, visit www.holzwarthbrothers.com.


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