Manjimup Bluegrass JamCamp offers this and so much more.
If you're an acoustic musician who wants to play - and learn how to play your instrument better - and develop your singing skills and develop your confidence in bluegrass jams and meet people who share your passion for music don’t miss 2019 Bluegrass JamCamp. From the Friday night Tutor’s Concert, through to the last session Monday morning you'll be immersed in a weekend of bluegrass music making - the informal evening jam sessions at the Manjimup Hotel are a highlight for many JamCampers.
Do you need to a lightning fast picker?
If you can comfortably play in G C and D then you will be amazed at the number of tunes you will be able to play.
The tuition sessions cater for an array of musical abilities.
When you register you will be given a number of standard tunes that will form the focus for learning over the weekend.
Here are a couple of comments from previous JamCamps.
"Really great line up of musicians here to learn from – you won’t find these guys in one room very often.” Rod Vervest, Artistic Director, Fairbridge Festival.
"I feel that because of all the encouragement and effort that went into the promotion of the people’s confidence - by the organisers and the extremely experienced tutors, it broke through a lot of nervous barriers. For me, being encouraged to perform in front of others, took me to yet another level of confidence and personal achievement. For that alone I am grateful."
Response from the Jamcamp 2017.
Have you been wondering if a JamCamp is for you?
There are still a few places available, so book now.
The Manjimup pub is the place to stay for late night jams, great pub grub and good times. Follow the link in the registration page to book accomodation.
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