Techniques to find your unique expression
and flow in your musical creations
with pleasure and enthusiasm
Based on concepts related to creativity, the workshop proposes techniques to enhance the creative process, materialize ideas, materialize creations and unlock obstacles. The different exercises show different points of view, triggers where creation can start and develop in order to instigate your creativity and open new paths. In the end, you'll have a great arsenal of tools to unleash your creativity, always from an artistic perspective.
Music Video lessons
The metaphor of the Child and the Guardinha
Status of presence and delivery
The Playful in Creativity
reframing the error
The Limit as creative propulsion
Demystifying the idea of inspiration in the creative process. Sweating and work.
Editing in the creative process
Various exercises involving: melodic creation and harmonica
Creation exercises based on stimuli from other artistic languages
The course takes place through the Hotmart platform
Music students, songwriters, composers, singer-songwriters and musicians in general. Intermediate and advanced level. It is necessary to have some mastery of a musical instrument and basic notions of music so that the student can enjoy the exercises and be able to apply the concepts.
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Guitarist, composer, poet, record producer
Born in Belo Horizonte, Rodrigo Bragança spent his childhood and adolescence in Brasília. In 1996, he moved to São Paulo to study music. In 1999, he graduated in popular music (guitar) and in 2014 completed a postgraduate degree in popular song, both courses at Faculdade Santa Marcelina. took the courses Arranging, Jazz Composition, Couterpoint, Songwritings for Film and TV and Songwriting: Writing Hit Songs at Berklee Online. Studied with masters Charles Watson, Sílvia Góes, experts and researchers of creativity in the arts. He was one of the creators of the Brazilian jazz group Mandu Sarará whose CDs had the participation of Hermeto Pascoal, Proveta and Danilo Caymmi. His former rock band O Grito, when releasing the CD “Urbe Incandecida”, was named by Guitar Player magazine as “one of the most innovative rock groups today” in 2006. In 2008, he released the solo cd “Lágrimas de Chorar Estrelas”. ” in which he explores the original textures of the electric guitar and expands its timbristic and expressive possibilities by experimenting with new techniques and processing its sound. In 2009, he conceived and directed the project “Caminhos Poéticos da Canção” which aimed to investigate the relationship between poetry, lyrics and music in Brazilian popular song. In concerts, round tables and lectures held at the Banco do Brasil Cultural Center in Brasília and Rio de Janeiro, he performed alongside artists Fernando Brant, Tavinho Moura, Chico César, Luiz Melodia, Arnaldo Antunes, Alice Ruiz, José Miguel Wisnik and Luiz Tatiti He has been a composer and music producer at Argila Produções Musicais for 12 years creating soundtracks for projects in the areas of education, games, cinema and advertising and also producing new artists. In 2012 and 2013, he toured Europe with Projeto Axial. In 2015 and 2016, he joined the improvisation collective Andar, Nadar e Voar with Benjamim Taubkin, Ricardo Herz, Ari Colares, João Taubkin and Pedro Ito. Also participates in montage music project, led by composer Sérgio Molina. In 2016, he released the book of poems about loneliness 'Solo para um Homem Só' by Editora Patuá and, in 2017, the eponymous CD of soundscapes created for the performance of music and dance improvisations based on these poems. In 2018, he played with the dance group Gumboot Dance Brasil and since then directs the project In_Ventos Poéticos, which proposes the dialogue between music and other artistic languages such as poetry and dance in performances and interviews on YouTube and also in live events. . In 2019, he released the CD 'In_Ventos Poéticos - volume 1' with songs and improvisations created in partnership with guest artists. His poem "Começo de Tudo" was set to music by Antônio Nóbrega and is part of the artist's most recent album, "Rima". He is a professor in two postgraduate courses, teaching the subjects "Composition Laboratory" and "Musical Production and Diffusion: from concept to performance" at Faculdade Santa Marcelina, São Paulo.