Old Time Music Weekend Camp In Oxford, PA
January 17-20, 2014
With Jane Rothfield (fiddle), Hiliarie Burhans (banjo) and Kellie Allen (guitar)
Early Early Registration-Register and pay before July 1st and get 20% discount ($95 savings)
Registration includes all classes and food from Friday dinner through Monday lunch
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Janie's Jumpstart Old Time Music Camp
at Earl and Adrienne White's Big Indian Farm near beautiful FLOYD VA!
Starts Sunday July 22-Thursday (AM) July 26, 2018
Includes fantastic teachers, small classes, delicious farm to table food, camping, square dances, student open mic, staff concerts, jamming, swimming in the swimming hole and more farm activities!
Instructors: Janie Rothfield and Earl White
with Shona Carr and Sam Stallings
Classes for Fiddle, Clawhammer Banjo and Guitar!
Registration includes all music instruction, jamming, staff concerts, all meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks and beverages) and camping. We are happy to accommodate your dietary needs (provide dietary info when you register).
Also options available to register WITHOUT CAMPING.
"I can't imagine a more ideal immersion into the old-time tradition than one of Janie's Jumpstart weekends. The collection of talented instructors, the small class size, the jamming opportunities, the bucolic setting, the great food -- see for yourselves. You'll learn a lot and have a ton of fun." Paul O'Connor-clawhammer banjo (Oxford, PA Jumpstart)
Fiddle and Clawhammer Banjo
Chilly Winds (Hen's Teeth)
Plus Shona Carr and Sam Stallings (fiddle, clawhammer banjo, guitar)
Our goal with Janie's Jumpstart Camp is to not only teach you great tunes, but how to play them better and have more fun! By focusing on both technique and musicality, we will help you get your playing to the next level.
Janie's Jumpstart offers small class settings of about maximum 8-10 students per instructor so there is a lot of attention to your individual needs. We make every effort to have the playing ability at the same level in your instrument class to ensure a wonderful and supportive learning environment.
Feel free to contact JANIE directly (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are not sure if the class levels are right for you. She will help answer that question for you!
Students will have the option to participate in many hours of old time music jam during camp with staff and other participants.
Questions you may have!
Is this Janie's Jumpstart Weekend Camp for me?
This camp is for intermediate-advanced fiddlers and clawhammer banjo players. If you are looking for great teachers, small classes in a supportive learning atmosphere, attention to musicality, rhythm and tone, tons of jamming with staff and how to play the music you love BETTER, then this camp is for you!
How will I know what class to be in?
We will make sure that you are in the right class by using information you provide in the registration form and by talking and listening personally with each student one on one prior to camp. Janie will contact you for a one on one assessment, as well as listening either on the phone, or via video and/or skype to make sure she knows your playing ability and learning style to make sure you are in the right level class.
Janie's Jumpstart prides itself on making sure the the people in each class are VERY CLOSE in ability so the class can learn at the same pace and skill.
Where is it?
This camp is at Big Indian Farm, Floyd VA-home of Earl and Adrienne White. The address will be provided after registration.
What is the schedule (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)?
Sunday July 22
3-5pm Arrive and set up your camp!
8-9:30pm Square Dance (open band)
Monday-Wednesday July 23-25
7:30-9:30pm Various (Dance, Student Open Mic, Staff Mini Concert)
Thursday July 26
CAMP IS OVER! GO TO CLIFFTOP
If you have any other questions, please e-mail Jane Rothfield. or Call Jane at 518-522-7445
Photo by Georgia Sheron
Georgia asked me if I could play the fiddle and click my heels in the air-I said "Sure" and I started walking down from the cabin playing St. Anne's Reel. I heard Georgia say "2" and up I went! She got the shot as is-no photoshop here!