The Stevie Wonder Songbook: A Masterclass

The Stevie Wonder Songbook: A Masterclass

  • School of Music workshop


The music of Stevie Wonder transcends through multiple generations of music lovers. 

As part of Black History Month, Robbie and several special guests will talk about the influence that Stevie Wonder’s music has been for them. 

We will also analyze various aspects of his biggest hits and perform special renditions of his songs. 

Special guests include: Farayi Malek, Ryan Sands, and Joseph Copeland

This workshop takes place Sunday, February 21st, from 4pm-5:30pm ET.

Please Note: Pre-sales are highly encouraged! Sales end 15 minutes before the class begins. 3 students are required for this class to meet. If a class is cancelled due to low enrollment, you will be notified and receive a full refund.

Robbie Pate

  • Jazz

Robert Pate is a jazz vocalist and pianist from Baltimore Maryland, and currently resides in Boston, Massachusetts. Robert has performed at several venues throughout the Boston and Baltimore area such as The Beat Brasserie, The LilyPad, MFA in Boston, and the Museum of African American History.

Most notably, Robbie spent the winter of 2018 touring with the Alexey Podymkin Quartet and has graced the stages of The Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall with the BSO Pops Orchestra, and Fenway Park with the ZAC BROWN BAND and at the Beat Brasserie for a Prince Tribute concert. Robbie currently performs with a variety of groups such as: The Robbie Pate Trio, The Matt Savage Groove Experiment, The Lost Collective, Green Line X-Tension. He has studied at the Baltimore School for the Arts with Kelli Young and Joyce Hubbard, and continued his studies at Berklee College of Music and New England Conservatory with Aubrey Johnson, Bradford Gleim, Dominique Eade, Bert Seager and Ran Blake.

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