Find out why aiming at specific notes helps guide your improvisations
Demystify the Process
Have other methods left you feeling confused or not sure how to start? Targeting can help set you on an effective path!
More Meaningful Solos
Use proven ideas to help build meaningful solos
Add New Tools
Find some new tools to use to build your improvisations just like the greats
How to improvise WITHOUT learning 100’s of scales
Whether you’re just starting out in Jazz improvisation or looking to add an extra tool or two to your current arsenal-this is for you!
Jason Klobnak is a versatile trumpet player that has been performing as an active musician, author, clinician, composer and educator. His bands, J’s Ruckus and the Jason Klobnak Quintet/Quartet (JKQ) are made up of high-caliber musicians known for their professionalism and versatility. Both perform infectious originals with a B3 organ centered rhythm section; they blend hard bop, soul, gospel, and hip-hop to create a memorable live experience.
Besides the JKQ, Mr. Klobnak is a B.A.C. (Best American Craftsman-custom trumpet), Denis Wick (mouthpiece and mutes) and Westone Audio endorsed artist (ES20 and Tru Customs). Mr. Klobnak has played and recorded for numerous groups ranging from jazz, soul/R&B, indie-rock/pop and gospel. In addition to performing, he has also written two improvisation-based books called Targeting: Improvisation With Purpose and Breaking the Monotony and is currently an adjunct professor and brass instructor at Arapahoe Community College. Mr. Klobnak holds a bachelor degree from Drake University (Des Moines, IA) and a Master’s degree from the University of Denver, Lamont School of Music (Denver, CO).
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