Fiddleheads Acoustic Music Camp
Ellen Carlson  33 Church St 
Tilton,  NH,  03276
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Fiddleheads Acoustic Music Camp is for musicians of all levels and ages and offers a weekend of instruction, fun, and community for individuals that play instruments such as fiddle, guitar, mandolin, banjo, bass, hammer dulcimer, viola, cello, piano and other acoustic instruments. Days are filled with informative, hands on, small group workshops. Evenings are filled with concerts, performances, dances and jamming! It's a weekend of good music, good company, good food, fun and laughter. Two songs are picked out as a focus for the weekend. Many workshops incorporate that tune during the rest of the weekend. Music workshops in years past have included: back-up techniques for playing with others, slow jams, learning tunes by ear, improvisation, vibrato, expanding your style, the blues, Appalachian fiddle, bluegrass, Swedish music, Klezmer music, and others.
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