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Aug
03 2009

Brian Hayman

Improvisation Artist

Getting in the Groove, http://www.gettinginthegroove.com

It is said that the best conversations are improvised. If so, Brian Hayman, Jazz pianist and President of Getting In The Groove, is a great conversationalist. As an improvisation artist he uses the impact of jazz with audiences all over the world. Making the jump from corporate to entrepreneurship, Brian Hayman shares lessons learned and how the new company came to be. Focusing on the governance system of the improvised event, he discusses a 'typical' Getting In The Groove session. With the aide of fellow musicians and artistic influences, Brian Hayman gives his audiences an unmediated encounter.



Interview Date: August 2009



Brian Hayman: Blog

Dec 17 2011

A Music Wild and Dangerous

from: brian@gettinginthegroove.com

Syndicated from: Getting in the Groove - Random Riffs and Random Notes

On the first Sunday of every month, the musicians of Getting in the Groove make music in the wonderful, reflective space of St. Jude’s Anglican Church in Oakville. I was looking for a seasonal reading suitable for the December jazz vespers and …

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Nov 23 2011

Believing is Seeing … the Tyranny of Common Sense

from: brian@gettinginthegroove.com

Syndicated from: Getting in the Groove - Random Riffs and Random Notes

It ain't so much what we know that gets us into trouble. It's what we know that just ain't so.

Mark Twain or Josh Billings or … 

Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age eighteen.

Albert Einstein

S…

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Sep 30 2011

Thinking Takes Practice; Talking Isn’t Enough.

from: brian@gettinginthegroove.com

Syndicated from: Getting in the Groove - Random Riffs and Random Notes

A fanatic is one who can’t change his mind and won’t change the subject.

Winston Churchill

These days not changing ones mind and not changing the subject is called “staying on message.” And “staying on message,&rdquo…

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