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Fujara playing workshop, basic
23 - 28 August, 2004

Participants from left: Rami, Lyz, Jonny, Colin

"I just wanted to tell you what a truely wonderful experience I had learning the fujara with you in Slovakia.
I attended your workshop as a complete beginner and found you to be a very good teacher of this beautiful musical instrument. You made everything easy and clear to understand and your friendly nature was extremely encouraging.
I have no hesitation in recommending anyone interested in learning more about the fujara to visit one of your fantastic workshops in Slovakia. Highly recommended!
Kindest regards, Colin Simenski, London, UK"

In the guesthouse garden, central Slovakia, Zavadka nad Hronom:

Jonny: "I must say I had a lovely time, and the way it went was perfect for us. I am honoured to be among the first to do your trip and I am sure we will meet again. The house is very nice and clean with good furniture and equipment. It was good to run through tunes then practice in small groups and your teaching style is good and flexible. The CD you made was great."

In the heart of bewitching nature of "Muran Plateau"

Lyz: "Thank you Tomas for such a wonderful experience.  I shall treasure the time learning the Fujara in such wonderful surroundings - it really helps me contact the 'spirit' within the instrument when I play.  Your teaching, humour, generosity and abundance of patience really helped make the learning experience more of a holiday, than going to 'school'.  I was amazed by how much I knew by the end of what seemed such a short visit - but they do say time flys when you're having fun!  I'll be back!"

Lyz Cooper Cert.Ed MBRCP - The British Academy of Sound Therapy

Paying the visit to Mr. Smuny, maker of gorgeous Fujara flutes with soul:
Jonny performing live on stage, Paris, France:

From left: Lyz, Rami, Mr. Smutny, Colling, Tomas, Jonny.

Mr. Smutny (in the middle) is very generous person. We were eating his home made goat chease and tasting the "paleno" (home made destilate from fruits, usually plums).

  Workshop will give you perfect start to develop your playing technique with no bad habbits...

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