World-class bluegrass and old-time banjo instruction, performance, & jamming in the Black Range Mountains with Bill Evans, Alan Munde, Ned Luberecki, Riley Baugus, & Special guests the Hard Road Trio (Steve Smith, Chris Sanders, & Anne Luna).
Join these world-class players for an unforgettable weekend of bluegrass/three-finger and old-time/clawhammer instruction, concerts & jamming designed for intermediate to lower advanced players limited to no more than 35 students. Topics-oriented workshops will alternate with open time for practicing, follow-up and one-on-one sessions guided by student requests.
The New Mexico Banjo Camp begins on Thursday afternoon and ends just after Sunday lunch. It is possible to fly into New Mexico on Thursday and back home on Sunday out of either Albuquerque or El Paso, TX, the closest major airports and participate in all camp programming. Workshop weekend, including all instruction and concerts, is $425 per person. Add world-class cuisine to satisfy any foodie with comfortable accommodations in a serene Gila National Forest setting and you’ve got the ingredients for the best banjo camp in the world. Directed by world-renowned banjo player, teacher & workshop leader Bill Evans, author of "Banjo For Dummies."
For info on the Black Range Lodge, visit http://www.blackrangelodge.com. The Lodge is 3 hours from Albuquerque, NM; 2.5 hours from El Paso, TX and 5 hours from Tucson, AZ in southwestern New Mexico.
New Mexico Banjo Camp
- Kingston, NM 88042
- Black Range Lodge
- Workshop weekend, including all instruction and concerts, is $425 per person