In my practical, easy-to-understand harmonica workshops, you’ll not only improve your playing skills, but also become a more well-rounded musician. These workshops provide a clear and straightforward learning path that will help you reach your goals and become a better harp player and musician overall.
With an emphasis on practical application and straightforward communication, you’ll be able to easily understand and apply the concepts and techniques taught in these workshops, setting you up for ongoing growth and development as a harmonica player.
“Your teaching is deeply appreciated…”
I really appreciate the warm, friendly, welcoming and insightful way that you teach your workshops.”
“Your Workshops… so worth the money”
“I just want to say again how very much I enjoyed the workshop – so worth the money, and time so well spent!
“Thank you Roly!!
“Your workshop was very helpful. It gave me ideas about listening more and not being afraid to play what I am hearing.”
“I really enjoyed your workshop and your manner of teaching.”
“I wanted to tell you that I really enjoyed the workshop and your manner of teaching – down to earth. My big take away was that I was approaching learning the wrong way. Instead of memorizing licks from a tab, I heartily agree that there is a great need to be able to get “inside” what each note sounds like.”
“Your wonderful, relaxed, friendly, warm way of teaching is how I, as a student learn.”
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Carlos del Junco & Roly Platt: “The Practice of Practice”
Top End” + Fundamental Playing Skills
All “Funked” Up
Hot Licks – Country Style
Butterfield Part 1
The two most valuable pieces of music equipment you’ll ever own…
are your ears.Roly Platt
My Goal in Teaching
“In my early years, there were a couple of players that opened the door to new directions in my playing. This came about not so much by me steeling their licks, (although I certainly did a lot of that) but by introducing me to new ways of “thinking” about what I played – new ways of “hearing” music — new directions, which continue to influence me to this day.
If I can accomplish that with students in my workshops, I know I have succeeded.”