Re: Interlochen 2017 Updates
I plan to bring my Fishman Loudbox Mini and probably all 3 Sticks that I own now. I'm assuming NS/Stick is welcome, and I'm thinking I might want to bring two 10-strings, one tuned in mirrored fourths and then one tuned in "regular" MR for workshops. Question: should I bring the NS/Stick?
And shifting gears slightly, this schedule of classes is just unbelievably amazing! Look at the sheer massive amount of learning and teaching and discovery, and rocking out, that is going to happen: http://college.interlochen.org/adult-cl ... pman-stick
Class Session 1:Welcome, Orientation and Introductions.
Class Session 2: Instrument Set-up and Tech talk.
Faculty Concert: (Open to the public)Greg Howard and Bob Culbertson will perform.
Class Session 3: Glenn Poorman/Oz class session
Class Session 4: Breakout Sessions Greg - Basic Free Hands Technique (Beginner)
Bob - Independence and Interdependence (Advanced)
Class Session 5: Breakout SessionsGreg - The Bass/Chord Groove Machine (Advanced)
Bob - Getting a Good Sound (Beginner)
Class Session 6: Breakout SessionsGreg - Beginner Blues (Beginner)
Bob - Ear Training and Pattern Recognition (Advanced)
Class Session 7: Ensemble Practice
Class Session 8: Glenn/Oz class session
Class Session 9: Breakout Sessions Greg - Say Something with Your Solos (Advanced)
Bob - “A Day in the Life” (Beginner)
Class Session 10: Breakout Sessions Greg - Pentatonic, Diatonic, and Chromatic Movement (Beginner)
Bob - Kitchen Sink! (Advanced)
Class Session 11: Breakout Session Greg - Tips on Playing Written Music (Advanced)
Bob - The Endless Master Pattern (Beginner)
Class Session 12:Ensemble Practice
Class Session 13: Discussion and group jam
Class Session 14: Master Class / EnsemblesGreg/Bob Evening Performance at The Filling Station, Traverse City
What a phenomenally awesome program of instruction! What amazing teachers: Glenn Poorman and Steve Oz, and then Greg Howard and Bob (son of Culbert), and performances by Greg and Bob and other students and teachers...wow! Excellent work putting this together, Glenn. I can't wait!
The countdown is on my app on my smartphone: 98 days and counting to Interlochen Stick Camp!
Adds: and how do I possibly choose between one awesome workshop by Greg and another awesome workshop by Bob? And I'm a beginner on some days and an intermediate idiot on other days. I'd love to clone myself and go to all of them!