Workshop Cost: $90/Members - $100/Non-Members
Location for Workshop and Concert: TBD (in Poughkeepsie somewhere)
Minimum number in class: 20
Maximum number in class: 35
Minimum number for concert: 40
The guitar workshop will last approximately 8 hours total. 2 hours of workshop on Friday night. At this meeting Steve gets to know each student's strengths and weaknesses by observing through “jamming” and feedback. This is typically 6:30-8:30 or 7:00 to 9:00. He will answer questions, give some pointers and tips and hand out a questionnaire to the students to give him a general idea what they want to cover on Saturday.
On Saturday, the workshop will be for 5-6 hours from around 9:30 to 3:30-ish. Going over hard core picking skills, tunes and general building blocks for the millennium flatpicker.
On Saturday evening there will be a concert by Steve Kaufman costing $10/Members - $15/Non-Members
Before we proceed to set this workshop up (the last time we had it was in November 2008 and it was highly successful), we need to get a pulse of who will be attending. If we don't hear from the minimum number of required people, we will NOT hold this workshop.
Please fill out the Questionnaire at the bottom of the next page.
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