Saturday, August 15th, 11 am-1 pm
Come learn the fundamentals of finger-style guitar picking at the Earlville Opera House! On Saturday, August 15th, from 11am-1pm, friendly and engaging Syracuse-based guitar duo Loren & Mark will inspire workshop participants with a demonstration of different guitar styles popularized by greats like Chet Atkins, Jerry Reed, and Merle Travis, before leading a Q&A designed to help guitarists take their music to the next level.
The workshop provides an opportunity for people at different levels of experience to ask questions and get help with specific problems or aspects of their music that they are working on. Pick up some new licks, get answers to your questions, and above all, enjoy an entertaining and interactive experience at EOH. (Experience level: Intermediate to Advanced level of play)
“Fresh and Exciting… these guys ROCK!!”
Tommy Emmanuel, Australian guitar virtuoso
In town for the Bouckville Antiques Fest or Chris Hillman & Herb Pedersen show? Why not make a weekend of it and stay for Saturday’s guitar workshop? Hillman & Pedersen are sure to inspire some questions in the hearts of all aspiring guitar heroes in attendance– questions Loren & Mark will happily answer at the next day’s workshop. Find out more about these international performers – artist website http://www.lorenandmark.com/
We have scholarships for the workshop and it may be free for teens and students under 21(please call if you have questions about the experience level for the class ..Intermediate to Advance levels). Adult admission is $50.
To sign up online click here: charge your $50 per class fee and write in the date of the class that you are signing up for in the message box. Thanks. Enter a donation amount of $50 and write “guitar masters class” in the comment section of the online form.
Participants in both this and the upcoming Loren & Mark songwriting workshop (November 4th) will receive a 25% off voucher good for Mark & Loren’s EOH performance, coming July, 2016.
Check out Loren & Mark’s guitar wizardry in this great video, recorded in Rochester!
This Project is funded in part with an award received from The New York State Presenters Network Presenter-Artist Partnership Project made possible through a regrant from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.