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This profile was last updated on 11/10/10  and contains information from public web pages.

Member

Young Lungs Dance Exchange
Young Lungs
204 - 211 Bannatyne Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 3P2
Canada

 
Background

Employment History

  • Local Classical and Jazz Guitarist
    Ashland Recycle Center
  • Musicians
25 Total References
Web References
Leslie Crozier, Dance Artist
www.younglungs.ca, 10 Nov 2010 [cached]
Tim Church
Tim Church, Percussionist, Young Lungs Dance Exchange Winnipeg Improvisational Dance
www.younglungs.ca, 28 Mar 2009 [cached]
Tim Church, Musician
Tim has been fascinated and obsessed by music since he was young. "As a young kid living on Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula, the only music I heard, other than from my Dad's eclectic record collection, was from weak-signaled radio stations beamed from across the Baie des Chaleurs. Later, as a teenager in Newfoundland, I felt very isolated from what was going on everywhere else. So from early on, music had an exotic and foreign quality. And since then, I have been drawn to music that is mysterious, interesting, and unusual."
Tim has been studying at Winnipeg's Hand Drum Rhythms Percussion School for the past five years. He studied with Jordan Hanson for one year (studying West African djembe and dununs, balafon, krin, Haitian, Cuban, Brazilian, and Burundi). For the past four years Tim has focused his studies on Mandingue-style, polyrhythmic, West African drumming with Rich Fontaine.
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Tim has also done workshops and classes with Jay Stoller (Ewe & darbouka), and Phoebe Mann (Taiko)… as well as with visiting teachers: Bruno Genero - from Italy (djembe and dununs), Fana Soro - from Ivory Coast (djembe and balafon), Mestre Barrão - from Brazil (Brazilian percussion), Jerry Steinholtz - from Los Angeles (conga), Celso Machado - from Brazil (Carnival samba percussion), Mestrando Índio (Brazilian percussion), the Zon brothers of the band Allakomi - from Burkina Faso (djembe), the Ba Cissoko band - from Guinea (djembe), and most recently, Lubomyr Melnyk - from Sweden (Continuous piano).
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Tim plays a collection of percussion instruments from around the globe, including: djembe, dunun (bass drums & iron bells), gome (a tunable box drum), berimbau, krin (log slit drums), udu (pottery drum), talking drums, congas, bongos, timbales, roto-toms, bodhran, sakara, riq, pandeiro, frame drums, bells, and various small percussion instruments. His infamous shaker collection will likely take over his home someday. Tim's first instrument was the guitar. He plays acoustic and electric guitars and tinkers with bass guitar, keyboards, and pretty much anything that makes sounds. He enjoys experimenting in his home recording studio.
Tim is currently a member of the Young Lungs Dance Exchange and a couple of Winnipeg-based, percussion-oriented groups. He has shared the stage with many wonderful musicians at concerts and fundraising events. Tim has been a member of groups including: Dunkutoo Percussion, The Bevs, Rhythmic Intuition, Heviosso and Chango. He once performed with Batuque Percussion (doing Carnival-style samba) while opening up for the New York hip-hop group, De La Soul.
Email Tim .
"Officers told me they were waiting ...
www.dailytidings.com, 23 Feb 2009 [cached]
"Officers told me they were waiting on a tranquilizer gun, but it was complicated because it was in White City and apparently no one was available on the weekend," Church told the Tidings during an interview while the animal was still in the tree.
Church is a local classical and jazz guitarist who works at the Ashland Recycle Center. His father-in-law recently moved to Ashland four months ago. Hardy joked with Church while watching the activities occurring in his backyard.
Musicians: Casimiro Nhussi, Tim ...
www.leifnorman.net, 23 July 2014 [cached]
Musicians: Casimiro Nhussi, Tim Church (music concept: Zab Maboungou) ............
Tim Church, Percussionist
www.younglungs.ca, 28 Nov 2009 [cached]
Tim Church
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Tim Church, Percussionist
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Tim has been fascinated and obsessed by music since he was young. "As a young kid living on Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula, the only music I heard, other than from my Dad's eclectic record collection, was from weak-signaled radio stations beamed from across the Baie des Chaleurs. Later, as a teenager in Newfoundland, I felt very isolated from what was going on everywhere else. So from early on, music had an exotic and foreign quality. And since then, I have been drawn to music that is mysterious, interesting, and unusual."
Tim has been studying at Winnipeg's Hand Drum Rhythms Percussion School for the past five years. He studied with Jordan Hanson for one year (studying West African djembe and dununs, balafon, krin, Haitian, Cuban, Brazilian, and Burundi). For the past four years Tim has focused his studies on Mandingue-style, polyrhythmic, West African drumming with Rich Fontaine.
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Tim has also done workshops and classes with Jay Stoller (Ewe & darbouka), and Phoebe Mann (Taiko)... as well as with visiting teachers: Bruno Genero - from Italy (djembe and dununs), Fana Soro - from Ivory Coast (djembe and balafon), Mestre Barrão - from Brazil (Brazilian percussion), Jerry Steinholtz - from Los Angeles (conga), Celso Machado - from Brazil (Carnival samba percussion), Mestrando Índio (Brazilian percussion), the Zon brothers of the band Allakomi - from Burkina Faso (djembe), the Ba Cissoko band - from Guinea (djembe), and most recently, Lubomyr Melnyk - from Sweden (Continuous piano).
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Tim plays a collection of percussion instruments from around the globe, including: djembe, dunun (bass drums & iron bells), gome (a tunable box drum), berimbau, krin (log slit drums), udu (pottery drum), talking drums, congas, bongos, timbales, roto-toms, bodhran, sakara, riq, pandeiro, frame drums, bells, and various small percussion instruments. His infamous shaker collection will likely take over his home someday. Tim's first instrument was the guitar. He plays acoustic and electric guitars and tinkers with bass guitar, keyboards, and pretty much anything that makes sounds. He enjoys experimenting in his home recording studio.
Tim is currently a member of the Young Lungs Dance Exchange and a couple of Winnipeg-based, percussion-oriented groups. He has shared the stage with many wonderful musicians at concerts and fundraising events. Tim has been a member of groups including: Dunkutoo Percussion, The Bevs, Rhythmic Intuition, Heviosso and Chango. He once performed with Batuque Percussion (doing Carnival-style samba) while opening up for the New York hip-hop group, De La Soul.
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